Divided state Supreme Court (IL) says condo owners can sue developers over leaky buildings 15 years after moving in

A group of Chicago condominium owners has been cleared to continue their lawsuit against a group of builders 15 years after the developers allegedly sold them a shoddy building under false pretenses, after the Illinois Supreme Court ruled 4-3 on Nov. 4 to revive their case and send it back to circuit court for more proceedings.   Read the article………………..


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