Articles From Kim M. Casey

Guidance for condominium associations faced with Fair Housing Act claims found in seventh circuit opinion By Kim M. Casey Real Estate Law, August 2018 While condominium law is generally developed in the state courts, the seventh circuit recently address condominium association issues in the recent matter of Geraci v. Union Square Condominium Association.
Rents-and-profit doctrine revisited By Kim M. Casey Real Estate Law, May 2018 The Second District Appellate Court upheld the priority of a mortgage lender’s interest in collected rents pursuant to their recorded assignments of rents over a lien based upon a citation to discover assets filed by a competing creditor in BMO Harris v. Contarino.
Citations to discover assets and the automatic stay By Kim M. Casey Commercial Banking, Collections, and Bankruptcy, January 2015 Two recent bankruptcy court decisions confirm that while the automatic stay of Section 362 operates to prevent any further state court proceedings to enforce the pending Citation, it does not create an affirmative duty upon the creditor that the Citation be dismissed immediately upon the filing of a bankruptcy.
2009 Amendments to the Illinois Mortgage Foreclosure Law By Kim M. Casey Commercial Banking, Collections, and Bankruptcy, November 2009 In reaction to the economic downturn of 2008, a record number of bills submitted in the Illinois legislature seeking to amend the mortgage foreclosure procedure. 

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