Illinois currently has an Eviction Moratorium in place, but it is set to expire on September 19th. It is likely that the IL Governor will extend the Moratorium until the end of the year. However, if he does not, then the CDC Eviction Moratorium Order will take its place. 

Under this Order, tenants must send a declaration stating…

  1. The individual has made their best efforts to obtain government assistance for rent/housing.
  2. The individual either expects to earn no more that $99,000/year for the 2020 calendar year, or was not required to report any income in 2019 to the IRS, or received a stimulus check pursuant to Section 2201 of the CARES act. 
  3. The individual is unable to pay full rent/housing payments due to substantial loss of household income or compensable work hours, a lay-off, or extraordinary out-of-pocket medical expenses. 
  4. The individual is making their best efforts to make timely partial payments.
  5. Eviction would likely render the individual homeless.

This Order does not apply to tenants who engage in criminal activity, threaten the health/safety of others, violate building codes or health ordinances, or violate other contractual obligations outside of the timely payment of rent/housing payments.

The eviction moratorium affects condo owner investors who rent out their units and condo associations addressing delinquent accounts via a forcible (eviction) lawsuit.

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