Allegations Of Unpaid Membership Dues. Foreclosure Hearings Underway Against Boca West Country Club Homeowners.
Florida HOA’s, Country Clubs Can Foreclose Over Unpaid Dues, Fees, Fines…
BY: LITIGATION DESK | BocaNewsNow.com
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Mega country club community Boca West is suing several homeowners over unpaid HOA and country club dues. Homeowner Association and related fees are not optional in Florida. If you buy a home in a community with a country club or HOA, you are required to pay all fees and dues as they are assessed. A club or association can — and often will — foreclose on a home or condominium if payment is late.
In Boca West, the following homeowners are currently facing lawsuits over unpaid amounts. We note the past due balances are accurate as of the time of filing in with the Palm Beach County Clerk of Courts.
Aaron Blake, Ruth Blake, and the Blake Family Trust are being sued by Boca West for $15,370.55 in unpaid dues and fees. The suit was filed in May and continues.
Arleen Wartel is being sued by Boca West for $11,234.73. The suit was filed against Wartel in February and continues. The suit claims Wartel has ignored demand letters sent by the Boca West Country Club.
Alejandro A. Olses is being sued by Plantation Colony of Boca West for $27,825.00. The suit states that Olses is being fined $75 a day. The suit seeks payment or foreclosure and was filed in May. It remains active in the Palm Beach County court system.
Kristen Doose is being sued for $12,929.20, plus $75 a day starting on August 20, 2021 – the day Doose allegedly went into collection . The case, filed by Boca West Master Association, continues. Doose apparently lives in both Boca Raton and Germany.
Peter Jensen and Karin Jensen are facing a lawsuit that was first filed in 2020 demanding $13,851.15 in back payment to the Boca West Master Association. The suit is now seeking $43,688.10 as of late June, 2022.
Georgia Briton is facing a lawsuit filed by the Boca West Master Association. Briton, according to the filing, owed $17,325 at the time the suit was filed in February. Interest and fees have been accumulating since that time in the amount of $75 per day.
Richard Licata is being sued by the Boca West Master Association for $16,725. The suit was filed in February of 2022 and states fees and interest will continue to be assessed in the amount of $75 per day until it is paid, or the Association forecloses on the home.
The information is accurate as of the latest updates and filings with the Palm Beach County Clerk of Courts. BocaNewsNow.com does note that there may be a few day period between the resolution of a case and that resolution being noted in the official file.
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