Two Chicago aldermen want to reverse a state law that makes condo owners’ personal information more widely available to fellow association members, including owners’ names, addresses, email, phone number, and weighted votes in Chicago condo buildings and complexes. This state law kicked in at the beginning of this year and requires more owner data to be turned over to any association member who requests it. The alderman’s proposal would go along with many other provisions in the newly modified state condo law.

Condo associations in Chicago could choose to opt out of the rules requiring disclosure or make all names, addresses, and other related data available if two-thirds of owners approve.

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