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10/07/2010

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these requirements can result in the mechanics lien being invalidated That makes this lien mistake one of the country’s most expensive.

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An error like this can cause serious squabbles.

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If the HOA filed a lien against the prtperoy, then these fees are paid out of the escrow. I would drop my offer by the amount of the lien so I don't end up paying them. If the HOA did not file a lien, then tell the HOA to go jump in the lake. The HOA can chase down the former owner for the fees. Chances are the HOA filed a lien so drop your offer by the amount of the liens.References : Was this answer helpful?

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