- Apr 06, 2015
In my community, we have a neighbor who stopped paying their community fees several months ago and despite several calls of attention by the President he hasn´t paid one euro at all, from how many unpaid bills can a debtor be sued and how must we act against it?
Administrator: Juan López
There is no minimum number of defaults to claim the debt, from the first unpaid receipt you can be sued, but we wiould recommend a first friendly manner, by sending him a prior requirement, expressing the amount owed and a reasonable period of time so that it complies with the payment, stating that in case of failure to comply it may take against the appropriate judicial measures.
If this requirement is not effective, owners gathered on board, may agree by a simple majority agreement settlement debt to sue this owner. After that, I recommend to send a burofax accompanied by certification of the liquidation of debt, urging that put an end to this situation warning that otherwise the community will start legal procedure of claim for debt.