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 ›
The City of Chicago passed an Ordinance, effective May 25, 2018, that amends the Chicago Condominium Ordinance.
The Ordinance now provides that owners may inspect, examine, and copy the names, addresses, and weighted vote of all members entitled to vote and, importantly, the Ordinance confirms that condominium owners do not have a right to inspect, examine … Read More ›
Operating a home-based business has become a reality for many Americans. Appealing factors including little to no startup capital requirements, flexible work schedules, and reduced commuting has given rise to the “side hustle” or freelance economy.
According to a 2017 U.S. Small Business Administration report, there are 29.6 million small businesses with an estimated 50% being … Read More ›
The Condominium and Common Interest Community Ombudsperson Act became effective on January 1, 2017. Generally, the purpose of this Act is to create a State of Illinois-operated mechanism to assist in resolving certain disputes within condominium and community associations.
It is important to recognize that certain tasks must be accomplished before the January 1, … Read More ›