Yorkville Landlord Evictions Attorneys
The Yorkville Eviction Process in Illinois
Kendall County Eviction Process 101
The Kendall County Landlord Tenant Eviction Process 101 is an overview of the Kendall County and State of Illinois landlord eviction process. The Forcible Entry and Detainer Act governs the Kendall County and Yorkville Eviction Process at the Circuit Court of 23rd Judicial Circuit or otherwise known as the “Kendall County Eviction Court”. The Kendall County Courthouse is located at 807 W. John Street, Yorkville, Illinois 60560. See 735 ILCS 5/9-101.
The Forcible Entry and Detainer Act outlines the requirements landlords and tenants must obey during the landlord and tenant relationship. There are three (3) major types of eviction notices.
1. 5-Day Eviction Notice in Yorkville and Kendall County
The 5-day notice is for non-payment or slow payment of rent. Essentially, a landlord gives a tenant a 5-day notice when the tenant has failed to pay the proper rent in a timely manner. The 5-day notice gives the tenant 5 days to pay the full rent or otherwise, the landlord can forcible evict the tenant from the rental premises. Furthermore, the landlord has the right to terminate the residential lease even if there is a written residential lease.
2. 10-Day Eviction Notice in Yorkville and Kendall County
A 10-day notice is a Non-Compliance of the residential lease notice given to the tenant and unknown occupants. The Landlord must give the tenant at least 10 days to move due to a breach of the residential lease. The breach of the lease is generally due to non-payment of rent, property damage, criminal activity, or pets at the premises in violation of the residential lease. Thus, the 10-day notice is a notice to the tenant that gives the tenant 10 days to move out and deliver possession to the landlord.
3. 30-Day Notice in Yorkville and Kendall County
The 30-day notice to Vacate premises is a termination of the month to month rental tenancy. In summary, the 30-day notice informs the tenant and unknown occupants that the landlord desires to terminate the month to month tenancy of rental property. Generally, the 30-day notice is one, which terminates an oral lease, a written lease where the tenants have are holdovers beyond the expiration of the lease period, or the need to eviction a ex-significant other or family member.
EXPERIENCED YORKVILLE LANDLORD AND TENANT EVICTION ATTORNEYS
Sean Robertson is the Founder of Robertson Legal Group, LLC, which concentrates in Yorkville and Kendall County Forcible Entry and Detainer Actions. Robertson Legal Group, LLC are Law Magistrate Attorneys in the Kendall County area including the following cities:
• Newark Il
• Bristol Il
• Plano Il
• Aurora Il
• Montgomery Il
• Little Rock
• Boulder Hill
CONTACT SEAN ROBERTSON TODAY AT 630-780-1034
Reach Sean Robertson at 630-780-1034. Our offices are located in Yorkville and Kendall County. Sean Robertson is a DePaul University College of Law and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Sean Robertson is also available via email at Sean@RobertsonLegalGroupLLC.com.
Sean Robertson may be reached at 630-780-1034.