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Court Rules that Restrictive Covenant Banning Sex Offenders is Enforceable Can your HOA’s restrictive covenants or condominium documents ban sex offenders? The ability to ban sex offenders from homeowners associations has become a controversial issue in recent years.  Until recently, many attorneys across the country believed

What your Illinois Homeowners Association needs to know about Architectural Control Requirements Most condominium declarations will limit the ability of a unit owner’ ability to make changes to any structure, improvement, or any of the limited or general common elements within a condominium or common interest

The Board of Managers for a condo association has many roles and responsibilities, including everything from collecting assessments to maintaining common elements throughout the condominium.  One of those roles, and the one that can create the most conflict with condo unit owners, is the enforcement

Kevin Hirzel’s “A guide to holiday decorating that will keep you off your HOA’s naughty list” was recently published in the Washington Post. The guide provides community association neighborhoods with knowledge of the most common homeowners association rules regulating holiday décor. Some of which include:

On January 28, 2020, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) issued new guidance on how housing providers, such as condominium associations, homeowners associations and landlords, can comply with the Federal Fair Housing Act (FHA), 42 USC 3601 et seq. in evaluating requests for assistance

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