Articles From Marylou Lowder Kent

Someone you should know: Sarah Taylor By Marylou Lowder Kent Law Related Education for the Public, May 2019 A spotlight on Sarah Taylor, who has devoted a great deal of time and energy to the ISBA Mock Trial Invitational.
Share your talents! By Marylou Lowder Kent Women and the Law, February 2019 An overview of three programs managed by the Standing Committee on Law Related Education for the Public that present attorneys and judges with opportunities to volunteer their time in their communities toward the advancement of civics education.
Chair’s report By Marylou Lowder Kent Law Related Education for the Public, May 2017 Learn more about this Committee's recent activities and accomplishments.
From the Chair By Marylou Lowder Kent Law Related Education for the Public, February 2017 An introduction from Chair Marylou Lowder Kent.
2016 Roz Kaplan Government Service Award recipient Allen J. Spellberg By Marylou Lowder Kent Government Lawyers, December 2016 Allen J. Spellberg, the 2016 recipient of the ISBA Roz Kaplan Government Service Award, truly exemplifies the spirit of the award.
From the Chair By Marylou Lowder Kent Government Lawyers, January 2016 A message from Committee Chair Marylou Lowder Kent.
From the Chair By Marylou Lowder Kent Government Lawyers, September 2015 A message from Committee Chair Marylou Lowder Kent.
800th anniversary of the Magna Carta, the great charter of liberty By MaryLou Lowder Kent Law Related Education for the Public, June 2015 The Magna Carta has resonated throughout the centuries and across the globe as no other legal text and has been hailed as one of the most significant documents in English history. It has served as the basis for the principle that no one, including kings and presidents, is above the law and that the right to due process of law belongs to everyone.
Condemnation actions—In rem or quasi in rem? By Marylou Lowder Kent Government Lawyers, December 2012 The recent case of Village of Algonquin v. Lowe seems to indicate that if a condemning authority knew or should have known that a party had an unrecorded interest in the property, service by publication may not be sufficient and any judgment rendered in the condemnation action would not be binding on any party not properly before the court.
Legislative report By James K. Weston, Sr. & MaryLou Lowder Kent Real Estate Law, December 2008 The second year of the 95th General Assembly was again one of the most active periods in legislative history.
Legislation of interest to real estate practitioners: 2007 Session of the 95th General Assembly By Marylou Lowder Kent Real Estate Law, December 2007 To view Public Acts in their entirety, please go to the Illinois General Assembly Web site (http://www.ilga.gov).
2006 legislative report By Marylou Lowder Kent Real Estate Law, November 2006 Several new acts relating to the practice of real estate law, passed by the Legislature during the 2006 session of the 94th General Assembly, have now been signed by the Governor and have become law.
2002 real estate legislation of interest By Marylou Lowder Kent Real Estate Law, December 2002 Governor George Ryan has completed action on all legislation passed by the Illinois General Assembly last spring.
1999 key real estate legislation By Marylou Lowder Kent Real Estate Law, May 2000 HB 0902: Real Estate License Act of 2000 HB 2632: Land Sales Registration Act of 1999

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