If you feel you were misled intentionally, you can talk with an attorney. However, if you are just fighting the $15 on principal, you have more to lose than to gain. Take a look at the restrictions, if the fees can be raised, etc....
See if you can get on the association board if you want to make sure that you have more control over the situation. Look at it this way, you already have to pay an obscene amount of town taxes, at least the $15 goes towards something directly related to you.
If you can't afford the $15, well, you really can't afford a house. If your budgeting is that tight, any emergency is going to cause you grief. I'd just wait for something I could afford or try to save up in that case.
As for the other fees, I would have counsel talk to the broker first.
Hope this helps and Good Luck.
P.S. Bill is right. Don't drag this out. Get on it now.
You have gotten a lot of good advice here. Have your lawyer review the contract. If the inspection period has not passed, you may be able to use that to get out of the contract. There may be other escape clauses in the contract that you can use to get out of it without losing your deposit money (financing?).
Also discuss the possibility of talking to the seller about getting out of it. The longer the house is off the market, the less likely they will be to work with you. If you act quickly and are open and honest with them, you may be able to get you deposit back.
Our suggestion is to contact your agents manager / broker and explain your situation. At the very least make them aware of your extreme displeasure with this set of circumstances and that your next stop will be your attorneys office.
The important thing here is to understand the urgency of doing something ASAP. Don't let this drag on....get after it now.
The "Eckler Team"