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Illinois Eviction Notice

Eviction Notices start the legal eviction process in Illinois. In most cases, you need to properly deliver an Eviction Notice before you can file with the local courts. We provide Eviction Notices... Read More

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  • What is an Illinois Eviction Notice?

    Eviction Notices start the legal eviction process in Illinois. In most cases, you need to properly deliver an Eviction Notice before you can file with the local courts. We provide Eviction Notices for cause and no cause evictions.

    Use the Illinois Eviction Notice document if:

    • Your tenant has failed to pay the rent.
    • Your tenant has violated any provision of the lease or rental agreement.
    • The lease or rental agreement has expired and the tenant has remained on the property.
    • You want to terminate a month-to-month tenancy.

    We provide five different types of Illinois Eviction Notices. These notices can help you start the legal eviction process. We also provide a Proof of Service letter required to document the delivery of the notice for the courts.

    Other names for this document:

    5-Day Notice to Pay Rent, 10-Day Notice to Terminate Tenancy for Breach of Lease Provision, 30-Day Notice to Terminate a Month-To-Month Tenancy, 5-Day Notice to Terminate Tenancy

    Eviction Notices

    An Eviction Notice is the first step in ending a tenancy agreement. If the tenant doesn't comply with the terms of the notice you can file with the local courts to start the legal eviction process. In Illinois, you can evict tenants for a variety of reasons including damage to the property, lease violations or criminal activity. You can also evict renters if their lease is ending and you choose not to renew the lease.

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