The Bark Before the Bite: New Case Finds Boards Not Liable for Dangerous Dogs Without Notice (IL)

In Tyrka v. Glenview Ridge Condominium Association, 2014 Il App. 1st 132762 (1st Dist. 2014), the First District Appellate Court issued a new opinion regarding a board’s liability for dangerous dogs owned by tenants or owners in the building. An injured person sued a condominium association, as one of the defendants, alleging that the association was responsible for the management of the condominium property and that the association was responsible for a dog attack that occurred in the common areas of the property.      Read more……..


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