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What Should a Residential Landlord do With a Tenant’s Abandoned Possessions in Illinois?

City of Chicago Requirements for Disposing of a Tenant’s Possessions

In this article, we answer the question, “what should a landlord do with a tenant’s abandoned possessions in Illinois?”

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Implied Warranty of Habitability in Illinois Leases Explained

Illinois Implied Warranty of Habitability

In this article, we explain the implied warranty of habitability in Illinois leases.  We answer the questions, what is the implied warranty of habitability?, what is the definition of “habitability” for the implied warranty of habitability in Illinois, and what is the remedy for breach of the implied warranty of habitability in Illinois?  

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Estate Bank Accounts Explained | How to Open an Estate Account in Illinois

Estate Bank Accounts

In this article we explain estate accounts for Illinois Probate.  We answer the questions, “what is an estate account?”, “is an estate account always necessary?”, and “where should I open an estate account?”  We also explain how to open an estate bank account and how to manage an estate account.

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