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Complaint Review: The Brown Law Group - Phoenix Arizona

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  • Reported By: DonaldH — Tucson AZ United States
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  • The Brown Law Group 3116 South Mill Ave, #610 Phoenix, Arizona United States

The Brown Law Group Works for HOA Management Companies to set up home owners in distress to loose their homes in foreclosures. Phoenix Arizona

*Author of original report: Rebuttal to Opinion of HOA always right

*Consumer Comment: Scam???

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Their MO is to bend the rule of law in order to foreclose on the dwellings of HOA members in distress. Most homeowners are not familiar with Arizona law and do loose their home in this deceitful, legally sanctioned scam.

Attorneys set up HOA owners with foreclosure by accumulating all HOA debts over years into one lump sum without the required by law written notifications for each step of the process. Homeowners are not afforded their rights to appeal their infractions with their Board of Directors. Then these collection attorneys record one lien on the dwelling after many years of rolling debt. Finally, they file for a foreclosure under the Arizona Revised Statutes to satisfy one large lien, or suggest the homeowner refinance their dwelling which automatically pays off their fees and all the liens on their dwelling.

These attorneys fail to follow ARS-33-1803 with written notifications of late assessments, violations of HOA rules, fines, interest at each step of the process in order to present a large amount to justify a foreclosure to the court.

They can be thwarted if the HOA homeowner has the time to read up on ARS-33-1803, ARS-33-1807(A, B-2, F, I) and ARS- 12-548 which is what I did to fight against them in court. Then there is locating the particular county courts' online forms in order to file an Answer that is acceptable to the court and these attorneys count on the unsuspecting homeowner to be very intimidated. Plus there is a court rule on the time that the homeowner under siege has to learn all of this in order to avoid a Rejection of their Answer. I had to learn about filing a Motion for Time Waver in order to get an appropriate defense submitted to the court for consideration.

Most homeowners in trouble with the HOA do not have the funds to hire a knowledgeable attorney or dig into the Arizona Revised Statutes, so they do loose their dwellings in foreclosure.

This attorney collection group is uses phone avoidance when trying to reach company representatives. They try to supplement their lack of legally required written documents with email attachments, in order to thwart the Arizona Revised Statute laws requiring written notification.

This debt collection company has successfully perpetrated their scam for years.

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#2 Author of original report

Rebuttal to Opinion of HOA always right

AUTHOR: Donald - (United States)

POSTED: Friday, March 04, 2022

There are more circumstances that affect HOA payments that should be considered than assuming all HOAs are run according to law and human dignity. People's circumstances change and there are laws that afford the HOA members some protection from over zealous management companies.

BOTH sides of the issue need to follow the ARS law and the CC&R law. When the HOA/management company/collection attorneys forget about the law in their pursuit of money, that contract of HOA membership, the CC&Rs has been violated. This was a case of "No one is above the law!" It was pursued with that in mind.

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AUTHOR: Irv - (United States)

POSTED: Friday, March 04, 2022

 Guess what, Einstein...when you buy a house in an HOA community, YOU agree to pay the HOA dues! NONE of this would have happened if the owners would have done what THEY AGREED TO their HOA dues on time, every time!

As always, DEADBEATS have a million excuses and it’s ALWAYS somebody else’s fault. Then, DEADBEATS try to gain sympathy by their crying, whining, wailing and stomping of the feet because they just can’t stand the consequences THEY CAUSED=FACT!

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