Kreisler Law, P.C. has more than forty years’ experience as Chicago Condominium Law Attorneys, representing Chicago condominium and townhome associations as well as Chicago condominium developers with regard to the myriad legal issues they face under Illinois condominium association laws.
From assisting Association Board Members and unit owners in confronting the issues faced by new as well as mature Chicago condominium associations to counseling developers in new Chicago condominium development or condominium conversion projects and the creation of new Chicago condominium associations, our condominium lawyers combine a deep body of knowledge and experience in Illinois and Chicago condominium law with a practical and common sense approach to achieve cost effective results.
For Chicago condominium and town home associations, our Chicago Condominium Association Law Attorneys represent new Chicago condominium associations in establishing the condominium regime and in resolving common area warranty and turnover of control issues. For more mature condominium associations, our condominium Association Lawyers assist board members in adopting and revising rules and regulations as well as in assessment collections and enforcement of rules and regulations. (Click here for a primer on collection of past due assessments by condominium and townhome associations.)
We also assist Chicago condominium associations and town home associations in amending bylaws or the condominium or town home declaration and in contract and other negotiations as well as in resolving the condominium law questions and other legal issues which sometimes arise in the day to day management and operation of the condominium association or townhome association. Click here for answers to a number of frequently asked questions about legal issues faced in the operation of a condominium or townhome association, or just click here to contact one of our Condominium Association Law Attorneys.
For Chicago condominium developers, whether highly experienced or having their first experience at condominium development, we offer prompt, responsive and efficient condominium law representation in the preparation and coordination of the condominium declaration and related documents, condominium survey, property report and engineering study (where required), form unit purchase contract, certificates of limited warranty and master title insurance file.
We handle negotiations with buyers’ attorneys as units are sold and coordinate and complete individual unit closings as the units are sold and completed. Finally, we assist the developer in meeting the requirements of the Illinois Condominium Property Act during the process of properly turning over control of the new condominium association to its new unit owner members.
Feel free to contact us at any time, if you have questions regarding Illinois condominium association laws or if we may assist your association regarding collection of past due assessments or any other legal matter.
Call Barry Kreisler at (773) 394-6400, or just CLICK HERE.
Important Condominium Association Information on this Site:
- Illinois Condominium Property Act
- Chicago Condominium Ordinance
- Provisions of Illinois Forcible Entry and Detainer Act applicable to condominiums
- Provisions of the Illinois Not for Profit Corporation Act relating to condominium association meetings and elections
- Provisions of the Illinois Condominium Property Act relating to condominium association meetings and elections
- Use of evictions to collect assessments due to Chicago Condominium and Townhome Associations
- For more information about the eviction services offered to Condominium and Townhouse Associations by the Law Offices of Kreisler Law, PC
- Condominium Association meeting and elections procedures; for presentation, made by Barry Kreisler to the Association of Condominium, Townhome and Homeowners Association Fall, 2009 convention on this topic
- Funding multi-year condominium association special assessment; for published answer by Barry Kreisler to “Question of the Month” in the November, 2009 issue of the ACTHA NEWS
- When improvement or repair costs may be charged back by the Condominium Association to individual unit owners