Hacking can be defined as the breach of a computer system in an attempt to exploit weaknesses in a network. As online commerce continues to grow and individuals search for ways to make bill paying more convenient, security threats are inevitable. Monetary transactions, including association assessment payments, have become increasingly more susceptible to the risks of cyber … Read More ›
According to the various news channels including ABC and NBC, Cook County holds nearly $16 million in surplus funds. Surplus funds are created when foreclosed properties are sold for more than what the owner owed to the bank. Due to the real estate market rebound, there has been an … Read More ›
In recent years, there has been an overall improvement in the real estate climate. However, many condominium owners continue to lose their units due to their failure to pay property taxes, leaving condominium associations exposed.
In the event a unit owner neglects to pay its property taxes, the unpaid balance may be sold to a third … Read More ›
Although a federal law and a tool often used by citizens to “get in the know” about their government, the Freedom of Information Act can be extremely helpful when one is defending against an administrative complaint.
Administrative level complaints very rarely specify the evidence a municipality has built its case upon. Often times, these complaints include … Read More ›