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New Illinois Executive Order’s Impact for Landlords

New Illinois Executive Order’s Impact for Landlords

On June 11, 2021, Illinois Governor Pritzker issued a new Executive Order (2021-13) addressing evictions. With a modified eviction moratorium, here are the implications for Illinois landlords:

1. Eviction Orders entered before March 20, 2020 can be enforced by the Sheriff effective immediately;

2. All Eviction Orders entered against Non-Covered Persons (tenants not covered by an IHDA or CDC Tenant Declaration) can be enforced by the Sheriff starting June 26, 2021;

3. All types of evictions against Non-Covered Persons are allowed starting June 26, 2021.

There are numerous restrictions and tenant protections including IHDA (Illinois Housing Development Authority) or CDC (Centers for Disease Control) Tenant Declarations. There are also many federal, state, and local restrictions are still in place regarding the language of certain termination notices.

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This article is provided by KSN. Since 1983, KSN has been a legal resource for landlords, property managers, and property owners. We have four office locations, serving hundreds of clients and thousands of communities throughout Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin. Our attorneys are also licensed in Arizona, Florida, and Missouri.