This decision affirms a judgment against the plaintiff holder of the first deed of trust on a Nevada dwelling that was foreclosed upon by the homeowners association for nonpayment of association dues. The decision holds that the CC&R clause that expressly subordinated the association’s lien for unpaid dues to the first deed of trust did not render the foreclosure sale fraudulent or unfair since the CC&R provision was clearly unenforceable under Nevada law. The provision plainly conflicted with Nev. Rev. Stat. § 116.3116(2), which required liens for unpaid assessments to have superpriority status, and Nev. Rev. Stat. § 116.1104, which provided that the priorities cannot be modified by agreement.