Asked by Lv7874, Los Angeles County, CA • Sun Jun 12, 2011
unit in short sale . family member/agent placed two tenants in the unit claiming they were stagger staying for security . One tenant tell me he has a lease on the unit , as the agent changes story about the two tenants with each conversation. They are now three months past in HOA dues . can i charge the tenants arrears , similar to the new welcome law in Florida where you force the tenant to pay when the homeowner wont .and be able to evict . Or can i change the lock of the lobby and gates and have them present me a payment in exchange for keys or let the lawyer deal with the problem . Back-story : The unit owners have been with our building for two years . The association received only three checks from the owners who was renting family members .Two of the check were from our lawyer who did the collection for past arrears . And the third was for three months past dues (it bounced) now we have 4 months past dues plus late charges and move in fee. Your opinion much appreciated.
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