In condominiums where the owner has outstanding association fees, Illinois law permits them to get a judgment for the amount due and an order of possession so they can rent out the unit to recover what is owed to them. They are not allowed to profit after that point, but can continue to collect the customary monthly fees from the renter for the upkeep of the building.
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I don't know if an attorney can help you with this. Remember what may seem like a profit to you may not actually be a profit. The HOA has to maintain this property beyond just managing the association. It may be comfort to know that while the HOA can collect rent, all that glitters isn't gold. They may(not likely) have to pay money to the bank if the bank pursues any malfeasance on behalf of the HOA. In fact the bank maybe on the hook for paying the condo on a new law in Illinois that makes banks pay 6 months of unpaid assessments to the HOA when the HOA had taken possession of the unit.Ask a similar question