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Changes to Illinois' Condominium Property Act Are Here And We Can Help

Concierge Plus
Publication date:
February 22, 2018
Article Summary: 

The blog post titled "Changes to Illinois Condominium Property Act" outlines recent amendments to the Illinois Condominium Property Act that affect condominium associations in the state. The post highlights several key changes, including new requirements for reserve funds, changes to board meetings and voting procedures, and new protections for unit owners.

The post also provides details on how the amendments will impact condominium associations in Illinois, including the need for associations to update their governing documents and the potential for increased financial transparency and accountability.

Overall, the blog post emphasizes the importance of staying up-to-date with changes to the law and the need for condominium associations to ensure compliance with new regulations.


Illinois Condominium Property Act, amendments, condominium associations, reserve funds, board meetings, voting procedures, unit owners, financial transparency, compliance.

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Concierge Plus
Changes to Illinois' Condominium Property Act Are Here And We Can Help
February 22, 2018
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