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We do NOT represent tenants in Evictions

Just a friendly reminder to TENANTS! While we sometimes take on a tenant security deposit recovery matter here and there, our office does NOT represent tenants in eviction cases.  There are MANY excellent attorneys in the City of Chicago who … Continue reading

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Are we mean? A quick word to tenants in residential evictions

Reda Ciprian Magnone LLC usually represents landlords and not tenants in residential eviction cases

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2011 Illinois Landlord Tenant Law Year in Reviw

recap of major legislation and trends in 2011 in Chicago Illinois landlord tenant law

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Can’t find your tenant? Maybe they are in Jail

When a tenant cannot be found, a landlord should check to see if the tenant is in jail.

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Can a Chicago landlord refuse a sublese?

subleasing & sublease issues for landlords tenants lessors lessees sublessor sublandlord in Chicago Illinois assignment sublet

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Illinois landlord tenant insurance requirements

The obligation of a landlord to disclose insurance requirements or terms and information pursuant to the forcible entry and detainer act 735 ILCS 5/9-320

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Tips for Illinois Landlords When Tenants Fail to Pay Rent

Tips for landlords about tenants who fail to make timely rent payments and are in arrears in Chicago Illinois evictions and forcible entry & detainer lawsuits

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