To Pay or Not To Pay Post-Judgment Attorneys’ Fees After an Eviction

A recent decision by the Illinois Appellate Court ruled that a condominium unit owner must pay post-judgment attorneys’ fees (in addition to post-judgment common expenses) before he or she can vacate the judgment and regain possession of his or her unit.   Read the article………….


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