(765 ILCS 615/10)
    (Section scheduled to be repealed on July 1, 2022)
    Sec. 10. Findings. The General Assembly finds as follows:
        (1) Managing condominium property or common interest
    
community property is a complex responsibility. Unit owners and persons charged with managing condominium property or common interest community property may have little or no prior experience in managing real property, operating a not-for-profit association or corporation, complying with the laws governing condominium property or common interest community property, and interpreting and enforcing restrictions and rules imposed by applicable instruments or covenants. Unit owners may not fully understand their rights and obligations under the law or applicable instruments or covenants. Mistakes and misunderstandings are inevitable and may lead to serious, costly, and divisive problems. This Act seeks to educate unit owners, condominium associations, common interest community associations, boards of managers, and boards of directors about the Condominium Property Act and the Common Interest Community Association Act. Effective education can prevent or reduce the severity of problems within a condominium or common interest community.
        (2) Anecdotal accounts of abuses within condominiums
    
and common interest communities create continuing public demand for reform of condominium and common interest community property law. This results in frequent changes to the law, making it difficult to understand and apply, and imposes significant transitional costs on these communities statewide. By collecting empirical data on the nature and incidence of problems within these communities, this Act will provide a sound basis for prioritizing reform efforts, thereby increasing the stability of condominium and common interest community property law.
(Source: P.A. 98-1135, eff. 1-1-17 (See Section 20 of P.A. 99-776 for effective date of P.A. 98-1135).)