Erwin Law welcomes our newest teammate Antonio D. Flores (Tony), who brings his expertise in the areas of commercial, civil and appellate litigation, contract law and bankruptcy law. Tony earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Notre Dame Law School in May 2013 where he was involved in their Mediation Clinic, and with organizations… Read more »
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The recently-enacted tax law changes are substantial, and are already greatly affecting all areas of industry, real estate included.
Whether foreign citizens are buying and selling pied-a-terres, vacation or second, even third homes here in the States, they are, quite clearly, a highly valuable target segment in the luxury home market.
To the unfamiliar, a Chapter 13 plan is a cumbersome document that could negatively impact one’s rights. A Chapter 13 plan must treat all of a debtor’s creditors, both secured and unsecured. Treatment, however, does not necessarily mean full payment.
Some commission structures are simple and straightforward. Others, such as continuing commissions on a commercial lease, can be more complicated. But one thing they all have in common – they must be properly written and executed in order to be enforceable.
#ErwinLawAnswers Real estate investors and developers are often well versed in assessing properties, analyzing cap rates, zoning issues, property tax concerns and other matters related to real estate due diligence. Yet they often overlook, or give little importance to, the structure of their business and the framework they establish for the ownership of the… Read more »
We reviewed the matter, and are featured in the ‘Legal Updates’ section of the CAI webpage: http://www.cai-illinois.org/association-disclosures-section-22-1-illinois-condominium-property-act/
with our first-ever radio spots — now playing on WFMT – 98.7 FM! Listen for us during morning drive time, Mondays through Fridays.
at an ACTHA-hosted seminar, Tuesday, May 3, from 7 – 8:30pm, at Countryside Bank, 6734 Joliet Road in Countryside. Free for ACTHA Members; $20 for non-members.
Question: What constitutes “proper purpose” under Section 19 of the Illinois
Condominium Property Act (Section 1-30 under the Illinois Common Interest Community Association Act)?