Mr. Condo Discusses Sliding Doors to A Deck – Limited Common Element or Not Is The Question///

N.L. from Illinois writes:

Dear Mister Condo,

I have a similar situation as described in your question and answer entitled “Can Condo Association Collect Misappropriated Funds Paid for Deck Repair 2 Years Ago?”(http://caict.org/askmistercondo/can-condo-association-collect-misappropriated-funds-paid-for-deck-repair-2-years-ago/)

In 2012 our association informed us it was going to replace our sliding glass doors at the cost of $4600. Prior to making the decision the board consulted with an attorney who reviewed our declarations and by laws. He stated (3 separate times) that due to ambiguities between our declarations and by laws the association should treat the sliding doors as common elements. In January of 2013, a new board was elected and in April of 2013 issued a resolution stating that sliding glass doors (amongst other things) were not considered common elements any longer.

Read the rest including the answer here. http://caict.org/askmistercondo/hard-to-enjoy-new-glass-sliders-in-this-illinois-condo/#!

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