I am dealing with a courput Association. President of the Board. Can a hoa President in California order a lien be put on your property. Without the Board voteing on it?
In other words she goes to an outside collection. Without notice to the board
In California, liens typically attach to your property automatically once you become delinquent. However, Civil Code § 5660 does require that written notice be sent to the homeowner at least 30 days before the association records the lien. Boards can also refer delinquent accounts to a third-party collection agency or a lawyer for collection. Make sure to check your governing documents for the exact procedures your board must follow when it comes to liens and third-party collections. Beyond that, it would help to consult an attorney.
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