Condo Law Watch

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Gabriel Alvarado

Cook County’s Residential Landlord Tenant Ordinance

There have only been a few municipalities in Illinois that have passed ordinances that seek to strengthen and expand tenant rights. Notoriously, Chicago’s Residential Landlord Tenant Ordinance (the “RLTO”) contains stringent provisions that require strict compliance from landlords. Other cities… Continue Reading →

Eviction Moratoriums: What’s on the Horizon for the Collection of Assessments for Condominiums and Homeowner Associations

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating effect on our State. The ramifications of the pandemic has no doubt extended far and affected many.  Illinois Governor Pritzker has passed two Executive Orders that essentially stay all eviction proceedings. Specifically, Executive… Continue Reading →

Unit Owner Litigation

It is a widely held concept that the US is a “litigious society.” Therefore, it is unsurprising that litigation by Unit Owners against condominium and homeowners associations are not uncommon. These suits can range from allegations of breach of fiduciary… Continue Reading →

Advice for Boards in Mixed-Use Projects

Mixed-Use Developments – Conflicts Mixed-used condominium projects have been steadily increasing throughout Illinois. It is unsurprising, considering that locating commercial spaces within condominium projects can benefit both the residents within these communities, as well as the owners of these establishments…. Continue Reading →

Snow and Ice Removal Tips

Chicago’s recent record-breaking cold temperatures presented associations with challenges and questions, which may not have been at the forefront of the board’s attention. These extreme cold temperatures may have left associations dealing with issues arising from burst or frozen water… Continue Reading →

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