If you are a member of a HOA who is in titled to know the homeowners who do not pay their regime fees? Would it be board members only ?

Asked by Mr Thomas Mason Stewart, 29625 Wed Jan 15, 2014

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Tue Feb 4, 2014
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Margaret Ama…, Agent, Sarasota, FL
Sat Jan 18, 2014
I actually don't know yet but you make me curious. My common sense tells me, only board members are privy to this information. There might be a huge liability attached to making this public by the board although you certainly can find out yourself from public records whether the lender(s) recorded a lien signifying the foreclosure process on a certain property. It is public information once the lien is recorded.
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Dan Mengedoht, Agent, Charleston, SC
Wed Jan 15, 2014
I heard it from a property manager that nobody but the board is privy to the names of owners in arrears on their fees.
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