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Cook County eviction lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains condominium law in Cook County, Illinois.
In this article, our Cook County landlord-tenant attorneys explain common area maintenance charges. Many commercial leases require tenants to pay a proportional share of taxes, utilities, and common area maintenance charges in addition to their base rent. We explain common area maintenance fraud and how to prevent it by providing for audits of common area maintenance charges in commercial leases.
Cook County landlord-tenant attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the qualities to look for in your landlord-tenant lawyer.
In this article, our Cook County eviction lawyers explain how to evict a tenant in Cook County, Illinois. We describe the different types of notices that are required based on whether the eviction is due to non payment of rent, breach of the lease, or simply expiration of a month to month lease. Our Cook County eviction attorneys discuss how to serve notice, how to file an eviction petition and what happens during and after an eviction hearing.
Cook County landlord-tenant lawyer explains some of the reasons it is beneficial to work with a real estate attorney.
In this article, our Cook County landlord-tenant attorneys explain landlord-tenant law in Cook County. We discuss the implied warranty of habitability, and the tenant's remedies if his or her apartment becomes fully or partially uninhabitable and the landlord fails to remedy the situation after a reasonable time. Our Cook County eviction lawyers also explain the tenant's exclusive right of possession of the premises during the duration of the lease.