Spanish Court Two Condominium and Three Other Civil Opinions on Thursday

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The Illinois Supreme Court has announced that it expects to file opinions in four civil cases on Thursday morning, March 20. Among the new opinions will be one of the two most anxiously awaited cases on the court’s advisement docket – Spanish Court Two Condominium Association. The cases, with their issues presented and links to our earlier reports on each, are:

  • Spanish Court Two Condominium Association v. Carlson, No. 115342 -- May a condominium owner refuse to pay monthly and/or special assessments, in whole or in part, on the grounds that the condominium board failed to maintain and repair the common elements of the condominium property? Our detailed summary of the facts and underlying court decisions in Spanish Court is here. Our report on the oral argument is hereSpanish Court Two Condominium will have been under submission for 184 days when it comes down on Thursday.
  • Home Star Bank & Financial Services v. Emergency Care & Health Organization, Ltd., No. 115526 -- Does a physician paid by his physician group to provide emergency care in a hospital qualify for immunity under the Good Samaritan Act when he responds to a Code Blue in another part of the hospital? Our detailed summary of the facts and underlying court decisions in Home Star Bank is here. Our report on the oral argument is hereHome Star will have been under submission for 57 days when it comes down. 
  • BAC Home Loans Servicing, LP v. Mitchell, No. 116311 -- Does waiver of a personal jurisdiction objection operate retrospectively, validating everything that has gone before, or only prospectively? Our detailed summary of the facts and underlying court decisions in BAC Home Loans is here. Our report on the oral argument is hereBAC Home Loans will have been under submission for 56 days was it comes down.
  • In re Marriage of Tiballi, No. 116319 -- When a parent voluntarily dismisses a petition to change custody, can he or she be hit with the fees of a court-appointed child psychologist as costs? Our detailed summary of the facts and underlying court decisions in Tiballi is here. Our report on the oral argument is hereTiballi will have been under submission for 56 days when it comes down.

In 2013, the Court handed down its unanimous civil decisions an average of 103.7 days after oral argument. Cases in which the Court was divided were handed down an average of 185.8 days after argument.

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Topics:  Condominium Associations, Condominiums

Published In: Civil Procedure Updates, Family Law Updates, Health Updates, Residential Real Estate Updates

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