Illinois Appellate Court Determines Payment of Post-Judgment Attorney’s Fees Is Condition Precedent to Regaining Possession of a Unit

Decided by the First District of the Illinois Appellate Court on April 20, 2016, State Place Condominium Association v. Magpayo confirms that in order for an owner to regain possession of their Unit which has been lost to the Association pursuant to a judgment for possession, the full default must be cured, and such default includes post-judgment attorney’s fees.    Read the article………..


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