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 Shu Bartholomew  
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Foreclosures appear to be the "tool of choice", for homeowner associations, when it comes to collecting money allegedly owed by members.
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On The Commons is a weekly radio show dedicated to discussing the many issues surrounding mandatory homeowner associations, the fastest growing form of residential housing in the nation.

Foreclosures appear to be the "tool of choice", for homeowner associations, when it comes to collecting money allegedly owed by members. No amount is too small, too trivial, or too embarrassingly ridiculous to trigger a foreclosure action by sanctimonious boards and managers, and those bound to profit by the forced sale. While state legislators have empowered these thugs to foreclose at the drop of a hat, is that power infinite?

On The Commons with me this week are Frank Short and Richard Maxwell. Richard, an attorney with the firm of Woods, Rogers and Hazelgrove in the southern part of Virginia, will be with us at the top of the hour to talk about the VA Supreme Court decision regarding his case, Dogwood Valley Citizens Association v. William A. Winkleman. This decision just out this week. At the bottom of the hour Frank, an attorney, friend of On The Commons and well known advocate for individual property rights, will be talking about proposed legislation in Virginia.

Please join us On The Commons this Saturday, January 24, 2004. You'll be fascinated by the intricacies of the foreclosure case and will wonder a) where legislators get some of their ideas for new laws they are willing to attach their names to and b) just what on earth are they thinking about.

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