Is There a Rule of Civil Procedure or Florida State Statute That Allows an HOA to Pass on its Co-Defendant Legal Costs to a Homeowner During the Foreclosure Process?

Under Florida law, whether through foreclosure or deed-in-lieu, both the previous and the new owner are jointly and severally liable for all unpaid assessments that come due prior to the transfer of title. In a bank foreclosure, the statute’s “Safe Harbor” provision limits your lender’s liability, requiring them to pay the association only up to […]