We hold meetings because we must. They are essential to decision making, and parliamentary procedure helps us meet effectively. “Parliamentary procedure” is an umbrella term, referring to the many rules that provide structure to a meeting where business is transacted. Most meeting gurus swear by Robert’s Rules of Order, and while there are other rulebooks, … Read More ›
There have been a number of changes in Illinois laws in 2018 that have impacted the management of condominium and common interest community associations. Below is a summary we have compiled in an attempt to keep our clients and the community aware of the implications of these legal updates.
V&T Investment Corporation v. West Columbia Place … Read More ›
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Each year the City of Chicago Comptroller is required to review and set the rate of interest to be paid on security deposits for residential lease agreements.
From January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019, the security deposit interest rate is set at 0.01% (unchanged since 2015).
Remember: the Chicago Residential Landlord and Tenant Ordinance (CRLTO) requires … Read More ›