High court strikes confessed-judgment clause from homeowners’ dues

ANNAPOLIS -- Homeowners' associations cannot enforce payment of assessments by their members, or lot owners, by requiring that they waive their right to challenge the dues in court, a sharply divided Maryland high court ruled Monday. In its 4-3 decision, the Court of Appeals said the associations must comply with the state’s Consumer Protection Act, which ...

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