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How Much Notice do you Have to Give a Tenant to Move Out in Illinois?

How Much Notice Does an Illinois Landlord Have to Give for a Tenant to Move Out?

In this article, we will discuss “how much notice do you have to give a tenant to move out?” We will talk about when and  how to notice a tenant as well as what situations can arise where they must move out faster. For more on Tenant and Landlord law, you can read our article, Illinois Tenant Rights Explained.

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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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Why Should I Hire a Residential Real Estate Attorney in Illinois?

Reasons to Hire an Attorney for Illinois Residential Real Estate Purchases

In this article, we will discuss the top 5 reasons you should hire a real estate attorney for Illinois residential real estate transactions:

  1. Your residential real estate attorney will make sure that the deal is fair to you and potentially save you money.
  2. Real estate attorneys will decrease the likelihood of the deal falling through
  3. Real estate attorneys will decrease the likelihood of post-closing litigation
  4. Real estate attorneys will save you incredible amounts of time
  5. Real estate attorneys make sure that the title passes cleanly from the seller to the buyer
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