Bill would delete ‘proper purpose’ requirement to see condo records (IL)

Requiring unit owners to have “proper purpose” for seeing records of their condominium association may have been needed to protect privacy but, says a supporter of a bill in the Illinois House of Representatives, it has evolved and now “individuals who own the information cannot obtain it.”  Introduced on February 8 by 17th District Representative Laura Fine, HB2627 was among ten condo-related bills discussed last Thursday at a hearing in Springfield.     Read the article…………..

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