Legal Question in Landlord & Tenant Law in Illinois

Does a landlord in the state of Illinois have a right to evict a tenant just because that tenant has complained to the landlord a number of times about noise caused by another tenant, and marijuana use by another tenant?

Asked on 8/18/13, 3:10 pm

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Chen Kasher Chen Kasher
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No, this is considered retaliatory eviction, and it is usually illegal. You have the right to "quiet enjoyment" of your tenancy, and your complaints were valid attempts to exercise this right.

If you are being evicted on account of this, speak with a landlord-tenant attorney about the possibility of damages.

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Answered on 8/20/13, 10:09 pm

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