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Q. I just got a notice from my condo association's attorney saying that I didn't pay my HOA payments. I purchased the condo one year ago. My contact person for the management group said that they would send out a invoice for my monthly HOA fees.

Q. I am President of the association for a six unit condo building with one assessment delinquent owner that now owes us over $10,000. The owner rents out the unit. We hired an attorney and got an order of possession ordering that the renters will now pay us the rent starting July 1, 2017 until the unit is no longer in arrears.

Q. We have a 4-unit condo building in Chicago comprised of a 3-flat and a coach house. Per our Declaration, the roof of each building is maintained by the owners in that building. The coach house owner recently had roof damage and they submitted a claim to the association's insurance company.

Q. Our condo association took possession of a unit in the building because the owner did not pay assessments for over a year. We rented the unit for two years and actually collected more than the owner owed.

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