Counsel’s Corner: Ruling Puts Lenders on the Hook for Unpaid Assessments (IL)

The Illinois Supreme Court created potentially hazardous territory for lenders who take title to condominium property via foreclosure lawsuits. In 1010 Lake Shore Drive Ass’n v. Deutsche Bank Nat’l Trust Co., the Supreme Court held that liens for unpaid condominium assessments are not extinguished unless the lender pays post-sale assessments and in doing so it upheld a money judgment against a lender for unpaid assessments which were the debt obligation of the prior unit owner.  Read the article…………..


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