Thirty Day Notice

Illinois Thirty Day Notice to Terminate a Tenancy

The notice below is a sample of a landlord’s thirty day notice that is commonly used to terminate a tenancy.  In many cases, a lease can modify the time period required for any given notice.  The requirements for the contents and service of a thirty day notice or any other eviction notice are highly technical.  Landlords should make sure that they understand the legal requirements of the notice and appropriate methods of service.  Always consult an attorney before acting.

Reda | Ciprian | Magnone, LLC provides notice drafting services that generally involve a review of a landlord’s tenancy situation and drafting of an appropriate eviction notice.  If interested, feel free to call us at 773-399-1122 or contact us.

LANDLORD’S THIRTY DAY NOTICE

State of Illinois, County of Cook ) ss.

To: ……………………………………………………
………………………………………………………….
………………………………………………………….

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that your tenancy of the following premises, to wit:

The property at …………………………………………………………………………………………………… together with all buildings, sheds, closets, out-buildings, garages and other structures used in connection with said premises, will terminate on …………………..………………………………, 20……………, and you are now hereby required to surrender possession of said premises to the undersigned on that day.

Dated this ……….. day of ………………………………., 2011.

………………………………………………………………………….
LANDLORD

AFFIDAVIT OF SERVICE

I, …………………………………………………………, being duly sworn, on oath deposes and says that on the ………….. day of …………………………………., 2011 (s)he served the within Notice on the tenant named therein by delivering a copy thereof to …….…………………………………… at …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

………………………………………………………………………..
(signature of person delivering notice)

SUBSCRIBED and SWORN to before me
this …………… day of ……………………………….., 2011

………………………………………………………………………
NOTARY PUBLIC

DISCLAIMER: Please keep in mind that the above notice is a general form.  Every landlord tenant situation should be considered separately.  There is no guarantee that this notice will be appropriate for your situation.  This form should not be relied upon as legal advice.

Please consult an attorney before acting.

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