Condo groups to see new state regulations (IL)

Naperville-area condo associations have a few new rules governing their operations and one piece of legislation that goes into effect next year clarifies the legal requirements of condo associations regarding open meetings. The law, which becomes effective June 1 next year, changes various parts of the Illinois Condominium Property Act, among them the rule about executive sessions.    Read the article………..


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