RESALE CERTIFICATE

 $100 fee paid by the seller and surface mailed to:
Cloverdale HOA Treasurer
P.O. Box 1201
Charles Town, WV 25414

A RESALE CERTIFICATE is required disclosure of financial facts relative to selling your property in a planned community presented to the buyer at settlement.
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as specified in Cloverdale’s Homeowners Association Bylaws:

§ 4.10
Resale Certificates and Statements of Unpaid Assessments

The treasurer, assistant treasurer, or a manager employed by the Association, or, in their absence, any officer having access to the books and records of the Association, may prepare, certify, and execute resale certificates in accordance with §3-118 of the Act and statements of unpaid assessments in accordance with Subsection 3-116(h) of the Act.

as specified in Cloverdale’s Homeowners Association Declaration:

§ 17.7
Certificate of Payment of Common Expense Assessments

The Association upon written request shall furnish to a Unit Owner a statement in recordable form setting out the amount of unpaid assessments against the Unit. The statement must be furnished within [10] days after receipt of the request and is binding on the Association, the Executive Board and each Unit Owner.

The referenced statutes (Bylaws) are as follows:

Subsection 3-116(h)
(h) For the purpose of perfecting and preserving its lien, the association shall give notice to the unit owner in the manner set forth in section one (§56-2-1), article two, chapter fifty-six of this code, or by registered or certified mail, return receipt requested, and in a form reasonably calculated to inform the owner of his liability for payment of the assessment. The lien shall be discharged as to subsequent purchasers for value without notice unless the association shall cause to be recorded a notice of the lien in the office of the clerk of the county commission of any county wherein any part of the condominium is located. The notice shall contain:

(1) A legally sufficient description of the unit;
(2) The name or names of the owners of the unit;
(3) The amount of unpaid assessments due together with the date when each fell due; and
(4) The date of recordation.

The clerk of the county commission in whose office the notice is recorded shall index the notice in the appropriate deed books and lien books in the name of the unit owners and of the association. The cost of recordation shall be assessed against any unit owner found to be delinquent in a subsequent proceeding to enforce the lien.

Upon payment of the assessment, the association shall execute a written release of the lien in the manner set forth in section one (§38-12-1), article twelve, chapter thirty-eight of this code. This release shall be recorded, at the expense of the association, in the office of the clerk of the county commission wherein the notice of the lien was filed.

§3-118
Association records

The association shall keep financial records sufficiently detailed to enable the association to comply with section 4-109. All financial and other records must be made reasonably available for examination by any unit owner and his authorized agents.

§36B-4-109
Resales of units

(a) Except in the case of a sale in which delivery of a public offering statement is required, or unless exempt under section 4-101(b), a unit owner shall furnish to a purchaser before execution of any contract for sale of a unit, or otherwise before conveyance, a copy of the declaration (other than any plats and plans), the bylaws, the rules or regulations of the association, and a certificate containing:

(1) A statement disclosing the effect on the proposed disposition of any right of first refusal or other restraint on the free alienability of the unit;

(2) A statement setting forth the amount of the monthly common expense assessment and any unpaid common expense or special assessment currently due and payable from the selling unit owner;

(3) A statement of any other fees payable by unit owners;

(4) A statement of any capital expenditures anticipated by the association for the current and two next succeeding fiscal years;

(5) A statement of the amount of any reserves for capital expenditures and of any portions of those reserves designated by the association for any specified projects;

(6) The most recent regularly prepared balance sheet and income and expense statement, if any, of the association;

(7) The current operating budget of the association;

(8) A statement of any unsatisfied judgments against the association and the status of any pending suits in which the association is a defendant;

(9) A statement describing any insurance coverage provided for the benefit of unit owners;

(10) A statement as to whether the executive board has knowledge that any alterations or improvements to the unit or to the limited common elements assigned thereto violate any provision of the declaration;

(11) A statement as to whether the executive board has knowledge of any violations of the health or building codes with respect to the unit, the limited common elements assigned thereto, or any other portion of the common interest community;

(12) A statement of the remaining term of any leasehold estate affecting the common interest community and the provisions governing any extension or renewal thereof;

(13) A statement of any restrictions in the declaration affecting the amount that may be received by a unit owner upon sale, condemnation, casualty loss to the unit or the common interest community, or termination of the common interest community; and

(14) In a cooperative, an accountant’s statement, if any was prepared, as to the deductibility for federal income tax purposes by the unit owner of real estate taxes and interest paid by the association.

(b) The association, within ten days after a request by a unit owner, shall furnish a certificate containing the information necessary to enable the unit owner to comply with this section. A unit owner providing a certificate pursuant to subsection (a) is not liable to the purchaser for any erroneous information provided by the association and included in the certificate.

(c) A purchaser is not liable for any unpaid assessment or fee greater than the amount set forth in the certificate prepared by the association. A unit owner is not liable to a purchaser for the failure or delay of the association to provide the certificate in a timely manner, but the purchase contract is voidable by the purchaser until the certificate has been provided and for five days thereafter or until conveyance, whichever first occurs.

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