It is likely that any some point you’ll have at least one disruptive neighbor. 

While this may be an inevitable cost of communal living, there are some situations that cross the line and become harassment. 

Unfortunately, harassment can often be difficult to identify and harder to prove.  

In Illinois, if harassment is taking place in a community common area, it is the board’s responsibility to regulate behavior and prohibit it. Most condo declarations in Illinois have anti-nuisance provision, allowing boards to take action in situations that cause disturbance to unit owners in common areas.

Housing providers and employers, co-ops, condominiums, and housing associations can also find themselves in the middle of discrimination and harassment suits. Board members are particularly prone to being targeted by and accused of harassing behavior. Each of these cases will require a different approach to resolution and will need to be treated on a case by case basis. 

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