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Landlord Evictions, LLC

Kendall County Residential Eviction Lawyer for Landlords

Yorkville Attorney for Commercial Property Evictions

Being a residential or commercial landlord comes with many responsibilities. When you provide a place for people to live or to pursue their business dreams, you hope all will run smoothly. Unfortunately, complications often occur, and few are more problematic than when you must evict a tenant.

Whether you have one unit or a five hundred, renters who fail to pay are an emotional, physical, and financial drain. When you have exhausted all other options, there is simply no choice but to take action. The good news is, Landlord Evictions, LLC can handle this inconvenient and unpleasant task for you in an efficient and authoritative manner. Our tested and cost-effective methods ensure tenant removal so you are able to focus on your business and bringing in a new renter.

Residential Eviction Procedure

When a tenant has left you no alternative but to evict them, it is important to take lawful action. Illinois does not allow threats, lock changes, or utilities disconnection as a means to force a renter to vacate. At Landlord Evictions, LLC, we adhere to all state and local laws to ensure the smoothest possible exit.

We first draft and deliver the required five-day notice to your renter, which demands immediate payment of their outstanding balance. If payment is not received in the time allotted, we file for an eviction order in the county where the property is located. Once that order is issued by the court, if the tenant has not left, it should take approximately four to six weeks to secure the property.

As mandated by law, we send month-to-month tenants a 30-day notice, which precedes the same procedures listed above. In both situations, if a renter will not abide by the court order, the county sheriff will compel them to leave.

Business Eviction Procedure

If you have to evict someone from a rented commercial space, Landlord Evictions, LLC will take decisive measures. This may include a five-day notice for failure to pay rent, a 10-day notice for another type of violation, or 30-day notice for a month-to-month renter. If we must file for an eviction order, the tenant can request a jury or bench trial unless their lease disallows a jury. At trial, Landlord Evictions, LLC will fully illustrate why the eviction became necessary. These hearings usually take place within three weeks of the order filing. Again, if a tenant fails to leave as requested, the sheriff's office will get involved.

Drafting and Lease Service

Because all properties are different, it is never a good idea to use a template for lease agreements. Landlord Evictions, LLC creates customized residential and commercial leases in accordance with all pertinent regulations. Each document is designed to protect you and your business.

Contact a Yorkville Landlord Lawyer

With Landlord Evictions, LLC, you can rid yourself of the stress and hassle that comes with evicting tenants who fail to live up to their lease agreements. You can also get an ironclad lease specific to your individual property. To see how a Kendall County evictions attorney can help, contact us at 630-553-9560.

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