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 ›
Do you have a plan to address bed bugs in your association? These tiny bugs create anything but a small problem if not addressed aggressively and eradicated thoroughly. Though the below discussion is most relevant to large associations, all association board members should take note and consider implementing a bed bug plan to protect their … Read More ›
When disaster strikes your Association, are you prepared? Here are four steps to take when faced with damage to your Association’s property.
1. Get the Full Story
Define the cause and scope of the damage. Secure the area around the damage and identify the appropriate parties to evaluate the damage, such as plumbers, roofers, or general contractors. … Read More ›
By KSN attorneys Kerry Bartell and Amy Peterselli
Living in a condominium, homeowners, or townhome association requires an owner to divulge personal information that is safe-guarded by the inherent fiduciary duties of the Board of Directors. Although providing information like the make and model of your vehicle might appear invasive, the Board collects this information in … Read More ›