V.W. from New Haven County writes:
How do I object to an Association Foreclosure?
Mister Condo replies:
V.W., foreclosure is a legal process by which one party takes action against another. If an Association takes the action of foreclosing against one of its unit owners it is usually surrounding an outstanding debt due to the association. An appeal for foreclosure is made to the court by the Association and a series of trial dates are set by the Court to hear the arguments from both sides. Provided the Court is satisfied, the foreclosure is either granted or denied. If you find yourself on the receiving end of a foreclosure lawsuit I whole heartedly recommend you retain qualified counsel so that you can defend yourself and your property. All the best!