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The statute of limitations for misconduct is 5 years

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Dear Polyakov,

My mother, who owned the condominium, recently died, and after that, my mother’s mailbox was notified of the delay in the assessment. When talking to the new management company, they claim that the previous management company noticed that my mother had missed a payment that she should have paid more than four years ago. My mother never received a phone call, letter, or other notice about this delinquency. Until now, after her death. She made the payment as shown in the checkbook and I provided two check numbers (maintenance requires two separate checks). My mother paid close attention to the payment of the invoice and paid everything by the due date. Their investigation of her account confirmed this. I suspect that the secretary who worked for the former management company had a very sloppy work environment and lost her mother’s envelope, which the residents had to pay for maintenance.

The statute of limitations for misconduct is 5 years

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