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  • Ousted management company fails to cooperate with board

    Ousted management company fails to cooperate with board
    Q: Our condominium association has been managed by a management company. At the last board of directors meeting several weeks ago, a quorum of directors voted to terminate the management company. A certified letter was sent to the owner of the management company seven days after the meeting requesting bills, checks, ledgers for payment of bills to be made available no later than one week.
  • New owners feel put on the spot about parking space

    New owners feel put on the spot about parking space
    Q: We purchased a condominium in Chicago and paid substantial funds to buy two parking spaces. We have deeds and tax numbers for both spaces. One space is handicap-size. Another resident in the building has consistently parked in my handicap-size space....

    Law boosts associations' authority in eviction cases

    Q: As president of our condominium association, I am aware that the Forcible Entry and Detainer Act allows a condominium association to temporarily take possession of a delinquent owner's unit. The association also has the option to rent out the unit...

    Election results are not privileged information

    Election results are not privileged information
    The outpouring of support, respect and admiration for Mark Pearlstein has been overwhelming. Mark's passing is a great loss to Levenfeld Pearlstein LLC and to the community association industry at large. Mark had been my law partner for nearly 10 years,...

    Buyer of foreclosed unit must pay legal fees

    Buyer of foreclosed unit must pay legal fees
    Editor's note: This is the final column written by Chicago attorney Mark Pearlstein, who died Tuesday after a long illness. Since 1988, Mark had written a weekly column on condominium and homeowner association law for the Tribune, and we are deeply...