Ruling puts boards on notice over business conduct (IL)

On March 21, the Illinois Appellate Court filed an order in Palm v. 2800 Lake Shore Drive Condominium Association (Palm II) that interprets the open meeting requirements of the Condominium Act and the authority of a condominium board to delegate in a manner that is, practically speaking, inconsistent with how most condominium boards operate.     Read more……..


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