From an article about homeowners' associations:
"But, unlike other states where associations may evict homeowners for a few dollars, Arizona associations cannot foreclose until the unpaid assessments have accumulated for more than one year or until the amount owed reaches $1,200, whichever occurs first."
The problem lies in the beginning of this sentence, where "other states" is compared to "Arizona associations."
Anyone want to try to make a correct comparison? (You don't have to continue the sentence past "foreclose" if you don't want to.)
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