Our Naperville landlord-tenant attorneys discuss tenant law and rights in Illinois in the following companion article.
We discuss the landlord’s warranty of habitability which requires the landlord to keep the property maintained and in proper living conditions. Should the landlord breach the warranty of habitability, the tenet then has the right to remedy the situation. This can be done in several ways including, terminating the lease, suing for damages or asking for rent to be reduced. Landlords also cannot evict tenants without good cause, and our Naperville landlord-tenant attorneys discuss what qualifies as good cause and what doesn’t. Tenants also have exclusive rights to the possession of the apartment during their lease.
Read the full article by our Naperville landlord-tenant attorneys explaining Illinois tenant rights.