As of October 4, 2021, almost all of the State of Illinois restrictions, additional requirements, and especially the moratoriums against evicting owners which were in place have expired.
Therefore, condominium, homeowner, and townhome community associations are now able to resume the collection of unpaid assessments as they did prior to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Sheriff will be enforcing orders as they were entered by the court. Accordingly, earlier orders will be enforced before orders entered at a later date.
By proceeding with collections as soon as possible, associations can protect their assessment income and ensure the continued financial health of their association.
Our law firm has received an unprecedented number of questions regarding rules enforcement, assessment collection, and liability concerns during the COVID-19 crisis. We certainly understand and empathize with boards, property managers, and owners alike.
KSN is aware of the board’s delicate balance between fulfilling the legal obligations to their association while assisting their fellow owners.
If KSN can answer any legal questions for or assist your Board, do not hesitate to contact our law firm. Please call 855-537-0500 or visit www.ksnlaw.com.
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