Under Nev. Rev. Stat. 116.3116, a homeowner’s association is allowed a superpriority lien for certain HOA dues and maintenance expenses. This decision holds that the statute does not offend the US Constitution’s Takings Clause since no governmental entity takes the value of liens subordinated to the HOA’s superpriority lien. It also holds that the statutory notice of foreclosure sent by the HOA in compliance with the statute did not violate due process even though it didn’t notify the subordinated lienholders of the amount of the superpriority lien, just the total amount due the HOA.