(765 ILCS 160/1-40)
(a) Notice of any membership meeting shall be given detailing the time, place, and purpose of such meeting no less than 10 and no more than 30 days prior to the meeting through a prescribed delivery method.
(1) Twenty percent of the membership shall
constitute a quorum, unless the community instruments indicate a lesser amount.
(2) The membership shall hold an annual meeting. The
board of directors may be elected at the annual meeting.
(3) Special meetings of the board may be called by
the president, by 25% of the members of the board, or by any other method that is prescribed in the community instruments. Special meetings of the membership may be called by the president, the board, 20% of the membership, or any other method that is prescribed in the community instruments.
(4) Except to the extent otherwise provided by this
Act, the board shall give the members notice of all board meetings at least 48 hours prior to the meeting by sending notice by using a prescribed delivery method or by posting copies of notices of meetings in entranceways, elevators, or other conspicuous places in the common areas of the common interest community at least 48 hours prior to the meeting except where there is no common entranceway for 7 or more units, the board may designate one or more locations in the proximity of these units where the notices of meetings shall be posted. The board shall give members notice of any board meeting, through a prescribed delivery method, concerning the adoption of (i) the proposed annual budget, (ii) regular assessments, or (iii) a separate or special assessment within 10 to 60 days prior to the meeting, unless otherwise provided in Section 1-45 (a) or any other provision of this Act.
(5) Meetings of the board shall be open to any unit
owner, except that the board may close any portion of a noticed meeting or meet separately from a noticed meeting: (i) to discuss litigation when an action against or on behalf of the particular association has been filed and is pending in a court or administrative tribunal, or when the common interest community association finds that such an action is probable or imminent, (ii) to discuss third party contracts or information regarding appointment, employment, engagement, or dismissal of an employee, independent contractor, agent, or other provider of goods and services, (iii) to interview a potential employee, independent contractor, agent, or other provider of goods and services, (iv) to discuss violations of rules and regulations of the association, (v) to discuss a member's or unit owner's unpaid share of common expenses, or (vi) to consult with the association's legal counsel. Any vote on these matters shall be taken at a meeting or portion thereof open to any member.
(6) The board must reserve a portion of the meeting
of the board for comments by members; provided, however, the duration and meeting order for the member comment period is within the sole discretion of the board.
(Source: P.A. 99-567, eff. 1-1-17