- The right to visit and inspect your property. Your tenant does not have the right to bar you from accessing the real estate that you own. The law requires only that you visit at reasonable times and with reasonable notice. Absent an emergency, it is best to give notice of a visit at least 24 hours in advance. Notice of an inspection can be given by telephone, voice mail, text or e-mail.
Serving Waukegan, Libertyville, Lake County, Gurnee & nearby areas of Illinois
Here at the Law Offices of Thaddeus M. Bond, Jr. & Associates, P.C., our two attorneys have nearly 60 years combined experience practicing in Lake County, IL. Our title insurance officer and escrow closer has over 30 years experience as well. How does this help our clients?
Wire fraud schemes targeting home buyers and sellers, attorneys, and settlement agents continue to increase in frequency and scope. The fraudsters are attempting to divert sellers’ proceeds and buyers’ incoming funds by intercepting e-mails containing wire instructions, changing the content of the email and the wire instructions in the e-mail attachments, and redirecting funds.
Legal matters involve sensitive and sometimes uncomfortable issues. You have to know that you can trust your attorney and that the information you provide will not be disclosed to the wrong people and will not be used to your detriment. How can you find out if you can trust the lawyer that you are considering hiring?
Wondering what it costs to evict a tenant in Lake County, Illinois? Here is our current fee structure:
- $500 flat fee plus costs for an uncontested case. $800 flat fee plus costs if the tenant requests and is granted a trial or files a motion to vacate a default judgment.
- Costs average $400-$800 and cover such things as the court filing fee, service of process fees and/or the costs to have the sheriff schedule and attend an eviction.
In order to win an eviction case, you need to convince a judge that the occupant of the property no longer has the right to be there, either because of non-payment of rent or violation of other lease terms. Once you prove to the court that a proper pre-lawsuit notice was served and the tenant still did not leave, you will get an order telling the tenant to vacate. If the tenant still does not leave, you must hire the county sheriff to enforce the court order.
Whether you are the seller or the buyer in the deal, don't wait to call our real estate attorneys. We can provide the legal services you need, tailored to where you are in the process. Here are some of the things we do for our clients:
In a quest for positive press coverage, our sheriff's office continues to ignore its responsibilities. Judges must follow the law when entering orders determining when someone must leave a property when they fail to pay what they owe. The sheriff has no right to disregard a court order or disregard a judge's determination of when someone must leave.
Title insurance protects both the seller and buyer of real estate by insuring against financial loss arising from defects in the title. It is meant to protect financial interests in real property against loss due to title defects, liens, survey defects or other matters. A covered party will be defended against any lawsuits attacking the title and will be reimbursed for actual monetary loss incurred from a title defect up to the dollar amount of insurance provided by the policy.
There are two types of title insurance policies -