Lawsuit targets 27 Arizona HOAs for debt-collection activities

11/20/2012 | KTVK-TV (Phoenix)

A lawsuit has been filed against 27 Arizona homeowners associations, alleging improper debt-collection practices after a homeowner who owed $150 in back payments was charged $1,300 by the company that managed his neighborhood. The company also placed a lien on the home. "This is our home. This is where we want to raise our children. I don't want to lose it," said the homeowner, Robert Leatham.

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