(1) At least 30 calendar days before initiating a nonjudicial foreclosure, an association shall provide notice to the owner of the lot that is the intended subject of the nonjudicial foreclosure.
(2) The notice under Subsection (1):
(i) notify the lot owner that the association intends to pursue nonjudicial foreclosure with respect to the owner's lot to enforce the association's lien for an unpaid ;
(ii) notify the lot owner of the owner's right to demand judicial foreclosure in the place of nonjudicial foreclosure;
(iii) be in substantially the following form:
"NOTICE OF NONJUDICIAL FORECLOSURE AND RIGHT TO DEMAND JUDICIAL FORECLOSURE
The (insert the name of the association), the association for the project in which your lot is located, intends to foreclose upon your lot and allocated interest in the common areas using a procedure that will not require it to file a lawsuit or involve a court. This procedure is being followed in order to enforce the association's lien against your lot and to collect the amount of an unpaid assessment against your lot, together with any applicable late fees and the costs, including attorney fees, associated with the foreclosure proceeding. Alternatively, you have the right to demand that a foreclosure of your property be conducted in a lawsuit with the oversight of a judge. If you make this demand and the association prevails in the lawsuit, the costs and attorney fees associated with the lawsuit will likely be significantly higher than if a lawsuit were not required, and you may be responsible for paying those costs and attorney fees. If you want to make this demand, you must state in writing that 'I demand a judicial foreclosure proceeding upon my lot,' or words substantially to that effect. You must send this written demand by first class and certified U.S. mail, return receipt requested, within 15 days after the date of the postmark on the envelope in which this notice was mailed to you. The address to which you must mail your demand is (insert the association's address for receipt of a demand)."; and
(iv) be sent to the lot owner by certified mail, return receipt requested; and
(b) may be included with other association correspondence to the lot owner.
(3) An association may not use a nonjudicial foreclosure to enforce a lien if the lot owner mails the association a written demand for judicial foreclosure:
(a) by U.S. mail, certified with a return receipt requested;
(b) to the address stated in the association's notice under Subsection (1); and
(c) within 15 days after the date of the postmark on the envelope of the association's notice under Subsection (1).
Enacted by Chapter 355, 2011 General Session