Illinois Supreme Court backs condo associations in assessment disputeAn Illinois Supreme Court ruling has barredcondo owners from using their condo association’s failure to repair common property elements as a defense for not paying monthly assessments. The 4-3 decision Thursday found that state condominium laws require condo owners to pay their assessments as a matter of law, not as a matter of a contract like that of a tenant and landlord.
Moline Acres condo owners have just days to fix elevators(KMOV.com) — Owners of the condemned tower in Moline Acres now have until Friday to get an elevator working. City officials and residents of the Lewis and Clark Tower on Route 367 met Monday night to discuss their options for keeping the building open.
Owner wins in court battle with Dover condominium associationIt’s a classic story: Lightning sparks a fire in a condo building. During the cleanup, the condo association deduces a second story unit’s shower has been leaking so much it soaked and damaged the floor. So the condo association sends that unit’s owner a $154,000 repair bill he didn’t expect.
Onetti v Gatsby CondominiumDecided on November 14, 2013Tom, J.P., Mazzarelli, Freedman, Richter, Feinman, JJ. 11069- 11070-450493/12 11071 [*1]Fabian A. Onetti, et al., Plaintiffs-Respondents-Appellants, v The Gatsby Condominium, et al., Defendants-Appellants-Respondents, Intell 65 East 96, LLC, Defendant-Respondent, Omer Realty, LLC, et al., Defendants. Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP, White Plains (Joseph A.H.
Lake Serene dam repairs estimated at $1 MillionRepairs to the Lake Serene dam along Bucccaneer Road could cost the home owners association $1 million. Heavy rains in late summer caused a 100-yard section of the embankment on the downstream side to
Fair warning: Some condo units contain common elements of associationQ: I bought a townhouse condo four years ago, and I just found out from a local plumber I hired that the main water shut-off valve for some of the other units in the association is located in my house. I was never informed about this from the seller or the homeowner’s association.