The Court found that a foreclosure sale is not invalid due to lack of notice where: (1) a homeowners association (HOA) fails to serve the Notice of Default (NOD) to the recorded beneficiary of the deed of trust and (2) that recorded beneficiary’s successor in interest is unable to demonstrate how it was prejudiced or injured by the defective notice to their predecessor in interest. Further, a HOA does not lose standing to foreclose on a property when it enters into a factoring agreement that does not change the relationship between debtor and lender.
Malloyd, Shaneka J., "West Sunset 2050 Trust v. Nationstar Mortgage, L.L.C., 134 Nev. Adv. Op. 47 (Jun. 28, 2018)" (2018). Nevada Supreme Court Summaries. 1169.