Illinois: Condo settles dispute over $500 fine, pays owner $125,000

Concluding more than seven years of litigation, one of Chicago’s Magnificent Mile condo associations has agreed to pay a $125,000 settlement fee to one of its former owners.

Payback! After 6-year legal battle, Judge orders nonexistent HOA to pay homeowner $188K in legal fees

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities   It took more than 6 years, but Jonathan Friedrich can finally  close the book on his long legal

Case law books court legal appeal

HOA, condo & co-op case law and litigation highlights (Jan. 2020)

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities This month: Civil Rights, Fair Housing HOA lawsuits in California and Colorado; prevailing party attorney fees; unelected HOA board

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2019 top HOA issues: HOA, condo & co-op Lawsuits

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities debgoonan@icloud.com It’s no secret that communities governed by homeowners, condominium, and cooperative associations are highly litigious environments. Each year,

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