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Illinois Residential Communities Must Now Allow Access to Licensed Process Servers

Written by Kreisler-Law-PC on . Posted in community association law, condominium association, condominium attorney, condominium law, housing cooperative, licensed process servers

Effective January 1, 2015, the Illinois legislature has made effective an amendment to the Illinois Code of Civil Procedure requiring that licensed special process servers be given access to the common areas and common elements of residential communities in order to serve legal process (e.g. a summons) on someone who resides in or is known to be located within the community.  The new rule applies to Illinois condominium associations, housing cooperatives and other private communities and buildings.

 

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