This article summarizes some key Illinois Landlord-Tenant laws applicable to residential rental units. With that said, our summary is not intended to be exhaustive or a substitute for qualified legal advice. Laws and statutes are always subject to change, and may even vary from county to county or city to city. You are responsible for performing your own research and complying with all laws applicable to your unique situation. Your local or state bar association may have a referral service that can help you find a lawyer with experience in landlord-tenant law.
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Some forums can only be seen by registered members. Originally Posted by BigDGeek. If I got that letter, I'd scour my lease for a loophole so I could get out of it and leave you holding the bag. And I'm sure I'd find it. This letter would definitely get my dander up. It's condescending and insulting. FWIW, I'm not a landlord and haven't rented in years.
Originally Posted by windycitytimes. Again, despite my lowly intelligence compared to you all, YES, my waaranty company covers rentals, we made sure of that. In fact,we have already used it twice, the tenant had the benefit of calling the company herself for a repair. I have been through my share of warranty companies, I know the scammers. Thanks for your concern? Originally Posted by Jkgourmet.
I'm glad that you checked, good. Maybe that sheds some light on why the tenant is already trying to move.
My concern has shifted to the tenant. Well, the lease she signed was actually put together by attorneys for ABOMA, which sold me that lease specifically for condos, and hence, I doubt she'd find any loopholes, I read the very fine print and the clauses immediately when she requested a shorter lease.
The whole mitigate damages, reletting, penalties, etc etyc are all in there,along with her lovely signature. It was the best of times. It was the worst of times. I'm gonna miss this thread. Originally Posted by johnp You still don't get it.
Nobody said you couldn't be a hardass. We just recommended against it when you asked our opinions. As I said before, you'll learn the hard way. Send all the inflammatory letters and emails you want.
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Location: Arizona 5, posts, read 6,, times Reputation: Location: North Texas 24, posts, read 34,, times Reputation: Quote: Originally Posted by windycitytimes Well, the lease she signed was actually put together by attorneys for ABOMA, which sold me that lease specifically for condos, and hence, I doubt she'd find any loopholes, I read the very fine print and the clauses immediately when she requested a shorter lease.
Location: Silicon Valley 18, posts, read 25,, times Reputation: Quote: Originally Posted by johnp You still don't get it. Quote: Originally Posted by windycitytimes "Nobody said you couldn't be a hardass". Location: Baltimore 8, posts, read 7,, times Reputation:
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Post a Comment. Copyright ? I've emailed Aboma, but still waiting for a reply. Hopefully, I'll receive a faster response here. This isn't online. Posted by ec at PM.
Where can I download the Aboma-Form C lease for unfurnished condos online? Copyright 2002?
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