Illinois Condo Property Act Quick Find Index

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All Illinois condominium associations are subject to the Illinois Condominium Property Act.

 

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Quick Reference Guide

Are you looking for a specific topic within the Illinois Condominium Property Act? Utilize our quick reference guide below to find the section you are looking for.

Topics & Sections
  • Absentee Ballots – Section 4.1 (c)
  • Accounting – Unit owner’s right to received statement of account – Section 18 (i)
  • Additions and Alterations to Assessments – Section 18 (a) 8 (v)
  • Amendment of Declaration (procedure) – Section 27
  • Assessment Increase – Section 18 (a) (8)
  • Association – Governed by General Not For Profit Act even if not incorporated – Section 18.3
  • Association – Purchase or Sale of Units – Section 18 (b)(13)(iii)
  • Association Records – Unit owner’s right to inspect – Section 19
  • Board Member Conflict of Interest – Section 18(a)(16)
  • Board powers and duties – Section 18(a)(2)
  • Board Removal – Section 18(a)(4)
  • Budgets & Reserves – Section 9 (c)
  • Condominium Disclosures – Section 22.1
  • Duties of Board – Section 18(a)(2)
  • Election of Board – Number, Term & Eligibility – Section 18(a)(1)
  • Election – Proxies – Section 18(a)(18)
  • Foreclosures – Section 9
  • Homeowner Associations – Section 18.5, 18.6 and 18.7
  • Homeowner (documents entitled to) – Section 19
  • Insurance – Section 12
  • Insurance – Duty of owner to submit proof of Insurance to the Board – Section 12(h)
  • Late Charges – Section 9(g)(1)
  • Master Association – Section 18.5, 18.6 and 18.7
  • Meeting Notice – Section 18(a)(8)(i)
  • Officers’ Terms – Two Years – 18 (a) (11)
  • Open Meetings – Section 18 (a) (9)
  • Parking Spaces – Section 2 (s)
  • Special Assessments – Meetings & Notice – Section 18(a)(8)(i)
  • Townhome Associations – Section 18.5, 18.6 and 18.7

Additional Legislation for Community Associations

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