Vague ruling means uncertainty for slip-and-fall ice lawsuits in Illinois
Can you be held liable if someone slips and falls on ice outside your house? The Illinois Supreme Court says … maybe. An Illinois Supreme Court opinion gives owners of icy sidewalks a reason to bust out some more salt. A 2007 case involves a suburban Chicago condo association and a woman who slipped on its sidewalks. The court said Illinois’ Snow and Ice Removal Act that says a reasonable effort is enough to protect you from a slip-and-fall lawsuit, but not in every situation. Read the article…………….
Nevada Supreme Court holds that Voluntary Payment Doctrine Prohibits a Party from Recovering Amounts Wrongly Paid to Homeowner’s Association in Order to Prevent Foreclosure
In Nevada Association Services, Inc., v. The Eighth Judicial District Court, 130 Nev. Adv. Op. 94 (Dec. 4, 2014) (“NAS”),
The Florida state agency that regulates condominium associations does not work to protect the tens of thousands who live in
State reps. Nelson Hardwick, Mike Ryhal and others have filed a wide-ranging HOA bill that would address many of the