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In this Learn About Law podcast & videoblog, Tinley Park Real Estate attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses common disputes between condominium owners and condominium associations, condominium boards, and individual members of condominium boards in Illinois. We will provide an overview of the primary sources of litigation between condominium owners and condominium associations, as well as an explanation of how such litigation is typically handled according to Illinois law.
Our Tinley Park Home Owners Association attorneys explain in this article documents that govern Condominium Associations,common disputes and defenses that may be faced. We also discuss the inability of condominium associations to discriminate when voting since condominiums have the ability to deny use of their units by association board vote.