Your 2018 annual Lake Asbury Lake Lot Owners Association dues invoices have been mailed. The amount due is the standard annual $50 unless you are delinquent with past yearly dues.
Many important activities and responsibilities are funded with your dues, including the maintenance of the boat ramps/parking area, general operating expenses of the association, and our efforts to keep access to our lakes strictly limited to our LALLOA members and their families and guests, all of which result in the preservation of your property values.
Please note that late fees apply to payments received after February 28.
The 2018 Key/Decal Agreement and Application must also be returned if you desire a 2018 ramp key or boat decal. Locks will be rekeyed on March 8, 2018.
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2018 Home Owners Dues – Late Fees, Collections and Liens
It is the responsibility of the Lake Asbury Lake Lot Owners Association’s Board of directors to collect the annual dues (Article II Section 10a and Article VI Section 1). Over the past years our LALLOA Board has maintained a fairly good collection rate on its dues. This has contributed to our neighborhood’s success and growth. Thank you! To be fair to the majority of homeowners who pay their dues timely and regularly, the following guidelines will be used in regards to delinquent accounts:
Late Fees: Payments received after February 28 of each year are assessed a late fee of $25 per lot.
Lien Fees: A lien will be filed with the Clay County Clerk of Court if a balance remains after a 45 day demand letter has been issued (Fla. Stat. Ann. § 720.3085(4)). All costs incurred by LALLOA associated with the lien will be added to the delinquent homeowner’s account. The lien will prohibit a homeowner from selling or refinancing the home/lot until the obligation to LALLOA is satisfied. The lien will be cancelled upon receipt of full payment.
The annual dues are so very important to our lake front community to pay for items such as the upkeep of the common properties, the ramps and gates, keys and locks. We take pride in our Lake Asbury lakes.