Welcome to chicagoeviction.com
This website is intended to provide general information about the eviction process and general landlord information for Illinois landlords, specifically in Chicago, Cook County, Lake County and DuPage County.
This website is produced by:
Reda | Ciprian | Magnone, LLC
Attorneys at Law
8501 W. Higgins Suite 440
Chicago, IL 60631
Category Archives: Cook County Human Rights Ordinance
Yesterday’s Chicago Tribune contained a story about complaints from fair housing advocates to the Cook County Board concerned with recent events whereby Glenview, Illinois has attempted to exempt itself from application of Cook County’s recent amendment to the fair housing … Continue reading
In a vote being celebrated by Tenant’s rights advocates, the Cook County Board of Commissioners voted yesterday to amend the Cook County Human Rights Ordinance to prohibit landlords from discriminating against tenants who are participating in Section 8 housing choice … Continue reading
On May 8, 2013, the Cook County Board will once again take up the topic of amending the Human Right’s Ordinance to make it a fair housing violation (for source of income discrimination) for a Cook County landlord to refuse … Continue reading
The Illinois Association of Realtors is reporting that efforts to add Section 8 protection to the Cook County fair housing law seem to have stalled.
See update Tomorrow, July 24, 2012, the Human Relations Committee of the Cook County Board will have a meeting on the proposal to make it a violation of the Cook County human rights ordinance (fair housing) if a landlord denies … Continue reading
See update It has been reported that the measure introduced today at the Cook County Board Meeting was presented with seven co-sponsors meaning that the amendment is supported by eight commissioners and would need only one more vote to pass. … Continue reading
See update The housing provisions of the Cook County Human Rights Ordinance (Ordinance No. 93-0-13) are the county equivalent to the federal Fair Housing law. Currently, the Cook County law prohibits discrimination in housing transactions (for those landlords covered by … Continue reading