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Winter Is Coming…Is Your Association Entering Into a New Snow Removal and Ice Control Services Contract?

With the impending snow season rapidly approaching, it is important for associations to be aware of certain provisions of the Illinois Snow Removal Service Liability Limitation Act, which was signed into law and became effective on August 25, 2016. Most… Continue Reading →

New in 2016: The Condominium and Common Interest Community Ombudsperson Act

In an effort to educate condominium associations, unit owners and common interest groups, while still accounting for the complex responsibilities that accompany those roles, the Illinois General Assembly created the Condominium and Common Interest Community Ombudsperson Act. Effective July 1,… Continue Reading →

Tressler LLP Re-Launches Condo Law Blog

Tressler LLP is pleased to announce the re-launch of Tressler’s condo law blog with a new name, Condo Law Watch. To keep up with the changing digital landscape, Condo Law Watch will replace the firm’s traditional e-newsletter Condominium & Common… Continue Reading →

Illinois Appellate Court Invalidates Condominium Leasing Cap From Rules and Regulations

For years, associations have adopted different forms of leasing restrictions. In many instances, those restrictions were adopted to combat decreased owner-occupancy rates in order to keep the condominium eligible as a HUD-approved condominium project, which allows owners and buyers to… Continue Reading →

City of Chicago Releases Sample Bedbug Plan

Previously, we noted that City of Chicago-based condominium and homeowners associations must now adopt a bedbug management plan to comply with the City’s new bedbug ordinance, effective at the beginning of this year.  Associations must adopt a plan prior to… Continue Reading →

City of Chicago Condominium Records Inspection Ordinance Changes Again

The City Council of Chicago has amended Municipal Ordinance 13-72-080 regarding inspection of records of a condominium association.  Previously, the ordinance specified that financial records needed to be made available to owners who request so in writing, within ten days. … Continue Reading →

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