What can we do to solve this problem? How do we do it in a "nice way" so as to stay friendly in our building? I would not be opposed to hiring a lawyer, even at my own expense, to rid us of this problem.
—No Pets Wanted in Plainfield
“The board of directors may want to consider grandfathering the existing animals until they pass away, or give some timeframe when for when those animals need to be removed from the unit,” according to Kerry T. Bartell, an attorney and a principal with the law firm of Kovitz Shifrin Nesbit in Buffalo Grove. “However, it is hard for me to know their options without reviewing the declaration and specific provision laid out in the condo documents.”