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Hate to burst your bubble

but there is a State Statute which over rides any governing document of any HOA or planned community.

One section specifically states the foreclosing lender is not obligated to pay dues for the remainder of the calendar year; and if they sell it during that calendar year, the purchaser is not obligated to pay the dues until the beginning of the next year.

Does not matter what your docs state. Go check out Chapter 47 of the NC General Statutes.

Now an attorney would have charged you $300 for that bit of information.

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