Ill. high court: Condo owners must pay dues regardless of association conduct

03/25/2014 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Condo owners cannot stop paying association dues even if the association has failed to keep up with common-property repairs or its other responsibilities, the Illinois Supreme Court ruled last week. The decision stemmed from a lawsuit involving a condo owner who said she stopped paying her dues because the association refused to repair a leaking roof that made it difficult to sell her property.

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