Court case supports collection of unpaid fees (IL)

My Aug. 26 column “teased” that I would address in a future column the circumstances under which the purchaser of a foreclosure condominium at a judicial sale may be responsible for all unpaid sums due from the prior, foreclosed owner.  The Illinois appellate court has issued another opinion on this issue, and I’ll address it here. In Country Club Estates Condominium Association v. Bayview Loan Services LLC, decided by the appellate court on Aug. 8, an association filed a forcible entry and detainer (eviction) lawsuit against the entity that purchased a condominium unit through a foreclosure sale.     Read the article…………..

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