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Loggers’ Run Forecloses On Homeowner For $714 In Dues, $685 In Legal Fees

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BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — The law firm of Tucker and Lokeinsky is earning its fees, one Loggers’ Run Foreclosure at a time. For the third time in two months, the firm has filed a suit against a Loggers’ Run homeowner over roughly $700 in past due maintenance fees and $700 in legal fees.

As BocaNewsNow.com has reported repeatedly, HOA’s in Florida have broad power to foreclose on homeowners for unpaid fees — whether $5.00 or $5,000. But rarely does BocaNewsNow.com see Palm Beach County Circuit Court filings where the legal fees are nearly as much as the alleged past-due amount — and the total amount is barely $1500.

In the latest Loggers’ Run filing, the HOA says Juan Velez owes $714 in past-due maintenance fees assessed between January of 2022 and July 12, 2022. Add to that $685 in legal fees, $21.20 in recording costs and $17.39 in postage, and you have a total of $1,437.59. The Loggers’ Run Homeowners Association is foreclosing on Valez’s home for that amount.

Valez lives in the 21700 block of Little Bear Lane in Boca Raton. He purchased the home in March of 2014 for $325,000. Loggers’ Run is represented by Attorney Michelle Montekio of Tucker and Lokeinsky.

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