My question involves a condominium located in the State of: Illinois
We have a condo we rent. The renters car was towed at the request of the condo association (the management company) who told us it was abandoned. The rules for the association state you may not park a car in the lot that is not operational or that is leaking oil etc. This was not the case. We submitted the paperwork to the association about the renters car, license number, and unit number previoiusly. The renter had not used his car for a while as he was walking ot a nearby train station and using the train. Because of long hours, he didn't need the car which sat in the lot. There is no rule about not using an operating car. Then the association told us they needed to tow it to clear the snow. But there is no rule about towing for this reason. The towing charge and storage was over $400! What action can I take to get the management company to pay the costs and abide by the rules.