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When Is A Chargeback “Lienable”?

Francesco Deo
Publication date:
February 25, 2022
Article Summary: 

The blog post discusses the concept of lienable chargebacks in condominiums. It explains that chargebacks are amounts payable by owners for expenses incurred by the corporation, and lienable chargebacks are those that can be registered on the owner's title as a lien. The blog goes on to discuss various scenarios in which a chargeback may or may not be lienable, based on factors such as whether the expense was incurred due to the owner's default, whether the bylaws and declaration permit the corporation to register a lien, and whether the chargeback is properly recorded and served to the owner. The post emphasizes the importance of seeking legal advice when dealing with lienable chargebacks in condominiums.


Condominiums, chargebacks, lienable, expenses, default, bylaws, declaration, lien, legal advice.

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Francesco Deo
When Is A Chargeback “Lienable”?
February 25, 2022
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