Condominium Law – Kepple Law
Condominium ownership is different than home-ownership in that the owner can make any desired changes inside, but the outside appearance of the property is regulated by an association. A condominium law attorney can assist in sorting out difficulties between a condo association and an owner.
A condo association controls land and property surrounding all condo units. They can set rules that determine specific outdoor appearances – from what kind of flowers you plant and where you plant them to how many cars are allowed in the driveway. The association is made up of a board of directors that runs daily operations for the condominiums.
The board’s powers include:
- Setting budgets
- Requesting assessments
- Enforcing the bylaws and rules of the condo
- Making rules and granting permissions to alter common elements
How We Can Help
Our attorneys understand the financial implications, marketing and business sides of these communities, and are available to advise condo owners and developers in their legal concerns. The condominium law services we provide include:
- Drafting/reviewing governing documents
- Owner violations
- Contract reviews
- Building code violations
- Housing discrimination complaints
- Breach of contract
- Insurance defense
- Board meeting assistance
- Interpretation of statutes and case law
- Rental policy drafts
- Audit letters
- Risk management
Contact Us Today
Kepple Law Group works with condominium owners and developers to educate, assist and facilitate a system that is beneficial to everyone involved. There are many laws and regulations to be aware of when owning or renting out a condo, so choose an experience attorney who will be with you every step of the way.
At Kepple Law, we advise clients in the communities of Peoria, Pekin, East Peoria, Morton, and Washington. If you need assistance with a condominium renter, owner or board, our attorneys are here to help you work through any condominium law issues you may be facing. Give us a call at (309) 282-1545 for individual assistance.