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Can I pay association fee to prevent new foreclosure

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State Minnesota. I bought on sheriff sale condo. (mortgage). A month later, I saw in county resorts that the owner did not pay the association fee and association start the new process of foreclosure . Question: Can I pay association fee to prevent new foreclosure (State Minnesota)?
 


LdiJ

Senior Member
State Minnesota. I bought on sheriff sale condo. (mortgage). A month later, I saw in county resorts that the owner did not pay the association fee and association start the new process of foreclosure . Question: Can I pay association fee to prevent new foreclosure (State Minnesota)?
I would assume so but why don't you ask the association?
 

FlyingRon

Senior Member
Ah, and you showed them the foreclosure sale certificate?
Is there anybody still living in the property?
 

Zigner

Senior Member, Non-Attorney
Are YOU living in the property? If not, then why not go to the bank and have the owners get a cashier's check using cash you provide, then YOU hand the check to the association?
 

FlyingRon

Senior Member
I understand what he meant. If they had moved out, you can greatly shorten the redemption period. At this point, you'll have to be patient and have enough funds ready to bring everything up to date once you get the deed.
 
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