Paying first assessment extinguishes any unpaid of foreclosed condo unit, state court rules (IL)

A foreclosure does not necessarily erase unpaid condominium association assessments, the Illinois Supreme Court has ruled, but all a new owner has to do is start paying new assessments on the unit.   Read the article……….


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