Arizona HOA Manager Law Blog

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An Overview of HOA Tax Lien Laws in Arizona

Arizona HOA and tax lien laws are designed to protect the HOA against non-paying homeowners. HOAs assess taxes, fees and dues to help support the organization and pay for any collective expenses for which they may be responsible. However, if an owner doesn’t pay their...

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Breach of Contract Issues and HOA Law in Arizona

The state of Arizona has a six-year statute of limitations for taking legal action in a breach of contract case. The law also allows insurance companies in the state to shorten the statute of limitations in which a policyholder can file a breach of contract lawsuit in...

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Foreclosure-to-Rent: What Your HOA Needs to Know

Thanks to the large number of foreclosures that occurred following the 2008 global financial crisis, homeowners associations (HOAs) and condominium associations began developing an inventive strategy to overcome the loss of revenue caused by unpaid fees and vacant...

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Bankruptcy and Its Impact on HOAs

There are few things more devastating than experiencing bankruptcy. When a person enters bankruptcy proceedings, there are countless things that they may not have considered that will ultimately impact their financial future. One thing that many people may not have...

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