Navigating Electronic Notice and Voting (IL)

Generally, associations have the right to adopt reasonable rules and regulations regarding their procedures and the operations of the association. This comes from Section 18.4 of the Illinois Condominium Property Act and general references in the Common Interest Community Association Act suggest that homeowners associations may, too. Both Acts allow associations specifically to adopt rules regarding electronic voting. Interestingly, a savvy opponent could claim that there is no need to adopt specific rules regarding electronic notice only, but we recommend that associations do for a number of reasons.      Read the PDF…………….

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