After the Spanish Court case: Limits of Board authority to maintain collection action highlighted in recent appellate court opinion

In the recent case of 4934 Forrestville Condominium Association v. McKinley, the First District Appellate Court held in the context of an Association’s action to collect delinquent assessments under the Illinois Forcible Entry and Detainer Act, that a Unit Owner’s claim that a Board was not validly constituted could go forward and potentially defeat the Association’s claim.   The facts:  The Association brought an action to collect delinquent assessments against a Unit Owner pursuant to the Illinois Forcible Entry and Detainer Act.     Read the article…………..


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