Condo foreclosure doesn’t eliminate new owners’ obligations to pay past owners’ association fees, IL Supreme Court says

The Illinois Supreme Court has ruled unpaid condominium association assessments are not erased through foreclosure, unless the new owner forks over their first post-purchase assessment payment on time, otherwise they have to pick up the tab.   Read the article…….


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