Legal Question in Real Estate Law in Illinois

Landlord sold property, we are on month to month. Before the sale completed, the new potential owner showed up with a demolition crew to survey the house and he said, "now you pay me, and with 6 weeks we will be tearing down the house and you are leaving". I know they only have to give us a 30 day notice living month to month, but is this some form of intimidation? We also have no money to move.

Asked on 8/27/13, 10:00 pm

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Joseph Michelotti Michelotti & Associates, Ltd.
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Only the sheriff can evict you. The owner needs to give you notice, then sue you, then get a judgment, then give the papers to the sheriff. Go to all of the court dates. Tell them you are getting a lawyer on the first court date and the will give you a 7 - 14 day continuance. Be prepared to move within the nex 6 months

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Answered on 8/27/13, 10:12 pm

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