Written by attorney Thomas William Hartmann | May 4, 2015

Condominium Associations Can File Liens and Sue Owners for Unpaid Assessments

In the recent case of Adelphia Greens II Condominium Assoc., Inc. v. Dubrovsky, 34-2-6642, the New Jersey Court of Appeals reconfirmed that condominium associations have authority under the New Jersey Condominium Act and a condominium association’s master deed and by laws to file liens against properties for failure to pay assessments and to sue owners for past due assessments.

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