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Illinois Condominium Property Act

As Illinois’ First District Appellate Court recently stated, “[c]ondominiums are creatures of statute and, thus, any action taken on behalf of the condominium must be authorized by statute.” Glazer v. Priv. Residences at Ontario Place Condo. Ass'n2022 IL App (1st) 210156, ¶ 22. Along those

Assessments (or dues) provide the lifeblood for condominium associations so that they can provide necessary services to the unit owners within the association, including the maintenance of common areas such as roads, sidewalks, parking areas, utilities, and elevators. In most condominium associations, the only source

Under Section 19 of the Illinois Condominium Property Act (765 ILCS 605/19), the board of managers for a condo association is required to keep and maintain certain records, or copies of those records, at the association’s principal office. Under that section, most of those records

The Illinois Condominium Property Act, 765 ILCS 605/1 et seq. outlines the process for a condominium association to record a lien on a condominium unit when a unit owner is not paying its share of common expenses or fines. More specifically, 765 ILCS 605/9(g) of

Whenever a new condominium or common interest community is created, there needs to be a transfer of control of the homeowners association from the developer to an owner-controlled board of managers. The Illinois Condominium Act and the Illinois Common Interest Community Association Act both include

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