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Naperville condominium attorney Kevin O'Flaehrty explains Illinois condominium law.
Our Naperville homeowners association attorneys explain the three documents that govern the interactions between condominium associations and unit owners. We also discuss the common disputes betweeen condo associations and owners, including llaims against the condo board for breach of fiduciary duty or breach of the condo association’s bylaws.
In this article, Naperville homeowners association lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty discusses how to select your attorney.
In this article, our Naperville condominium attorneys explain the process for foreclosing on a condo owner based on failure to pay assessments when due. We discuss what happens if a condo owner or homeowner defaults on assessments. The overdue amount of assessments can serve as a lien on the owner’s property on which the board can foreclose.
Naperville homeowners association lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains residential real estate contracts.
In this article, our Naperville homeowner’s association lawyers explain use and occupancy restrictions on Illinois condos. The condominium declaration, the condo’s rules and regulation or an action of the board can place restrictions on use and occupancy of Naperville condos so long as the restriction is non-discriminatory based on ethnicity, gender, or creed and the restriction applies to all unit owners. We explain the enforceability of such restrictions and how condo owners can challenge them.