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Palm v. 2800 Lake Shore Drive Condominium Assn.
- Plaintiff, Chicago condominium unit owner Gary Palm, had a dispute with his condominium association, and, in 1999, sought access to some of its records and financial information. The City of Chicago, a home rule unit, has an ordinance concerning such requests. It requires production within three business days. Production was resisted on the theory that the ordinance was beyond the Citys constitutional home rule authority because state statutes on the same subject have different provisions. These statutes allow 30 days to respond to such requests, while also limiting the age of the requested documents to 10 years and requiring that a proper purpose be stated. The Citys ordinance placed no age limit on the material and required no such statement.
Originally Deposited as: 182852
Phone Number: Language(s): EN-English Volume or Year: 2013
Number or Issue: April 25 Date Created: 04-25-2013
Date Last Modified: 04-25-2013 Librarian Remarks:
Access This Publication1. Palm v. 2800 Lake Shore Drive Condominium Assn, 2013 IL 110505 (110505.pdf).
Document Size: Software: Microsoft Office Word Version: 2007 2. Palm v. 2800 Lake Shore Drive Condominium Assn, 2013 IL 110505 summary (110505s.pdf).
Document Size: Software: Microsoft Office Word Version: 2007 This is part of a series. It is part of Slip opinions in the Illinois Supreme Court: 63731