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Can You Evict Someone if There is No Lease? | Illinois Landlord-Tenant Law

Can You Evict Someone if There is No Lease? | Illinois Landlord-Tenant Law

In this article we will Illinois explain evictions when there is no lease.  We will answer the question, “what is a lease?”  We will explain the Illinois eviction process as well as evicting without a lease.  

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Remedies for Breach of Contract Explained | Illinois Contract Remedies

What are Some Remedies for Breach of Contract?

In this article, we will explain some of the remedies most commonly used for breach of contract cases. Five remedies for breach of contract include: “Award of Damages”, “Restitution”, “Rescission”, “Reformation”, and “Specific Performance”.

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Are Contracts Valid Even If They Aren’t Written Down? What Types of Contracts are Required to Be in Writing to Be Enforced?

Are Oral Contracts Valid?

In this article, we will examine whether or not contracts must be written down to be considered valid, as well as what types of contracts must be in writing in order to be enforced. We will specifically look at “Are Oral Contracts Valid?”, “Difficulty Proving Oral Contracts” and “Contracts That Must be in Writing.”

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