Jonathan's Landing POA
Delinquency Policy 2019
As property owners at Jonathan's Landing, all of us have a responsibility to pay assessments on time in order to have the POA operate efficiently. If these payments are not made on time, the following will apply to your account:
Assessments are due and payable on a quarterly basis on the 1
day of the following months:
Assessments become delinquent after the 30
day of the same month they are due.
A late notice will be issued by the POA accounting firm responsible for collection. Notice will be mailed in accordance with Florida Statutes to the last known address of the owner on file in the records of Palm Beach County. This late notice will be mailed on the 30
day after the assessment is due and payable. A collection cost of $10 will be applied to this account.
If assessments have not been paid by the 45
day, the POA (through its accounting service) will mail a second notice with a collection cost of $25 which shall be applied to the account. Late fees and collection costs may be charged in accordance with Article VIII Section 2 of the Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions of Jonathan’s Landing. In addition, interest may accrue after the 30th day of the month the assessment is due, at the highest amount allowable by law, or 1.5% per month.
If assessments are not paid by the 60
day after the assessment is due, the Board will notify the POA attorney of record (through its accounting firm) for the community to file a lien in Palm Beach County on the property in question. The owner of the property is responsible for all lien fees and filing fees, all interest and late payments, as well as the assessment payment itself.
As an additional measure, the POA Board may direct management to apply sanctions at the POA gate entries, which may include removal of the bar code privilege and removal of access privileges for vendors and guests. The primary method to enter the property for delinquent owners will be through the officer-assisted entry. Notification of the reduction in this privilege will be sent in writing to the owner at the last known address prior to the removal of the bar code.
The association may foreclose on the lien upon the consent of the Board of Directors. Monies paid on delinquent accounts shall be applied in accordance with Florida Statutes.