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Charging interest on interest on past-due HOA accounts is a no-no

QUESTION: Around eight years ago, the HOA filed a lien on my property because I fell behind on my association dues. After 11 months, I finally paid off the outstanding dues. I also paid the lien filing fees and interest at the same time. Unbeknownst to me, there was a small balance of interest...
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