The City of Chicago recently announced (press release below) that they are reinstating certain restrictions that take effect Friday, July 24 at 12:01 a.m. in order to prevent the further spread of COVID-19.
A key point within these restrictions that impacts Chicago community associations: “Residential property managers will be asked to limit guest entry to five per unit to … Read More ›
On Wednesday, July 22, 2020, Illinois Governor Pritzker announced that he will extend the moratorium on evictions in the state until August 22, 2020.
Again, the Governor explained that the extension of the residential eviction ban will provide a smooth transition into his new assistance programs which go into effect on August 1, 2020. The assistance … Read More ›
“Current State of Illinois Evictions” – KSN attorney Jessica Ryan discusses the impact COVID19 is having on evictions in the city of Chicago and surrounding suburbs. Jessica reviews the federal, state, and local laws regarding evictions in Illinois. (37 mins.)
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A force majeure clause is a provision allowing parties to alter, prevent, or delay their contractual obligations due to circumstances beyond their control. These circumstances make performance impractical or unfeasible and can be impacted by any number of concerns, including severe acts of nature, labor disputes, terrorism, and epidemics.
In a recent decision from the Northern … Read More ›