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Wed Oct 10, 2012
Alla Skatov answered:
Sat Aug 18, 2012
Scott Miller answered:
Hi Moon. This is not the best place to be getting legal advice and that's what you need right attorney.

In the past couple of years, many states have given HOAs very strong powers within communities to foreclose on owners that owe the HOA back payments. Although they are not in 'first place', they still have a strong lien on your property and can move to get you out quickly, legally.

My best professional advice to you is to get an lawyer to represent you quickly. You may or may not have any recourse at this point, but an attorney will tell you what you need to do asap.

Real estate agents by law cannot give legal advice, nor should they try. Find someone local in Vegas that specializes in litigating against HOAs.

GOOD LUCK, I hope this works out for you.

Scott Miller
Realty Associates
Boca Raton, FL
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Mon Aug 6, 2012
Tim Moore answered:
I am not sure what you mean by, "I did get foreclosure". Do you mean it was foreclosed and went to the auction? If so there is a new owner and that owner could kick you out.
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Mon Dec 13, 2010
James Gordon ABR SFR SRS answered:
Angie a three day notice would put you on the 12th -- 10,11,12. I would do the prudent thing and get out today and not push your luck.
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Mon Sep 13, 2010
Robert Little Group answered:

Usually the move out date of the cash for key's agreement is what counts. The banks will take the neccesary evicition steps, in case you don't live up to your end of the bargain, so they can evict right away. I would certainly ask the agent who handled the cash for keys about this, or an attorney who specializes in these matters. ... more
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Sat Aug 21, 2010
Karen Wenzel, e-PRO answered:
so sorry to hear of your situation... Although laws vary by State, if you received the 3-day notice to quit- my understanding is that any time after that 3 days the Sheriff could appear at your door and escort you from the property.
I would make every effort to get your things together, make arrangements to find other accomodations asap. You don't want to wait until they are there to lock up the doors. If you have legal counsel, you may want to pose this question to them
All the best to you.
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