IL Governor Vetoes Bill, Maintains Higher Threshold for Associations Municipal Incorporation

SB 1344 (Sen. Haine), would have amended Section 1-20 (d) of the Common Interest Community Association Act by providing that no action to incorporate a common interest community as a municipality shall commence until an instrument agreeing to incorporation has been signed by 51% of the members. Currently, the statute as written requires “two-thirds” of the members to agree to the municipal incorporation.   Read the article…………..


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