Condo Association Snow Removal Contracts Affected by New Liability Limitation Act (IL)

On August 25, the Snow Removal Service Liability Limitation Act became effective. This act voids certain indemnity agreements that are common in condominium association snow removal contracts.  The Act (which contains a lot of legal language) essentially limits liability provisions in snow and ice removal contracts relating to lawsuits arising from damages incurred as a result of the service. If your association has an existing snow and ice removal contract, your board should have it reviewed by a qualified condo law attorney.   Read the article…………..


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