In 2014, the First District Illinois Appellate Court sent a seismic wave through the community of condominium/HOA attorneys, managers, and boards in Palm v. 2800 Lake Shore Drive Condominium Association (“Palm II”). James P. Arrigo and Scott E. Pointner present a MCLE credit meeting at the DCBA from 11:45 am to 1:00 pm Thursday October 10, 2019.
Category: HOA & Condo Associations
On April 12, 2019, Scott Pointner and James Arrigo, attorneys in Rathje Woodward’s condominium/homeowner association practice group, will be speakers at the Annual Legal Forum sponsored by the Community Association Institute (CAI) at the Abbington Banquet Hall in Wheaton, IL
Throughout the Chicago area, real estate investors are using condo deconversions to scoop up condo buildings in the city and suburbs to feed the continued strong market demand for rental apartments.
In 2014, Palm v 2800 Lake Shore Drive Condominium Association, 2014 IL App (1st) 111290 (known as “Palm II”)
Until July 29, 2010, the effective date of Illinois’ newly-penned Common Interest Community Association Act, 765 ILCS 160/1 et seq., (the “Act”), condominium associations were subject to extensive regulation under the Condominium Property Act, 765 ILCS 605/1 et seq., whereas non-condominium homeowner’s associations (“HOA’s”) were left to piecemeal regulation from portions of statutes such as the General Not For Profit Corporation Act and case law.