In early December 2020, our law firm sent out a survey to assess the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on condominium, homeowner (HOA), and townhome community associations.
Over four hundred respondents shared the challenges they face as board members, community leaders, property managers, and owners.
Part 1 – Community Concerns
Respondents were asked to choose the main concerns … Read More ›
KSN attorney Kelly Elmore was recently awarded favorable rulings in Stuart Manor Estates v. John Piper and Anna Piper and two other related matters in Morgan Superior Court 3 (Morgan County, Indiana).
Husband and wife, John and Anna Piper (the Pipers) owned a property in Stuart Manor Estates HOA (the HOA). For the second time since … Read More ›
While being named as a defendant in a lawsuit is never ideal, community associations have a number of defense tactics available to prepare for the possibility of litigation. These defense measures may enable an association to avoid costly litigation and defer additional liability when faced with an … Read More ›
Decided by the Illinois Supreme Court on December 1, 2016, Murphy-Hylton v. Klein Creek Condominium et al. held that the immunity granted under the Illinois Snow and Ice Removal Act for the negligent removal of naturally accumulated snow and ice does not also provide immunity for injuries caused by ice arising due to circumstances unrelated … Read More ›