After the Palm ruling, how community association boards can comply

In the case of Palm vs. 2800 Lake Shore Drive Condominium Association, the Illinois Appellate Court interpreted several matters of fiduciary responsibility. These interpretations are inconsistent with long-standing board practices, causing widespread concern that more lawsuits could be coming.   Read the article……….


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