Illinois state law has two provisions which allow a tenant to move before the expiration of the lease and not owe the landlord any more rent.

The Chicago Residential Landlord and Tenant Ordinance provides for ten different ways to break the lease if the landlord violates the ordinance.

The Evanston Residential Landlord and Tenant Ordinance provides for nine different ways to terminate the lease if the landlord violates the ordinance.

The Mount Prospect Residential Landlord and Tenant Regulations provide for nine different ways to get out of the lease if the landlord violates the ordinance.

The process of breaking your lease legally requires that you follow proper procedures.

We can assist in following the proper procedures.

You should not act on your own because it is too easy to make a mistake.

You should get our professional experienced assistance.

Phone us for a personal consultation (773) 478-1133.
 

If you have any questions or would like more information, or to discuss your rights please contact us (773) 478-1133, email us, or use our online request form.


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