Judge won’t force condo association to allow woman to rent condo as ‘reasonable accommodation’ (IL)

A 94-year-old Oak Park woman could not get a federal judge on her side in a dispute with her condo association, who she says owes her the right, under federal law, to rent her condo while she undergoes medical treatments, despite association rules.  Lillian Vignola owns a unit in the building run by the 151 North Kenilworth Condominium Association, on Kenilworth Avenue, just north of Lake Street in Oak Park. Unable to live in the unit since a 2014 fall at home, Vignola attempted to rent her condo while she lives in a rehabilitation facility.    Read the article…………..

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