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Category Archives: Sheriff
Holi-Delay The Circuit Court of Cook County entered a General Order 2018-03 on November 19, 2018 setting forth the annual eviction moratorium for Cook County Eviction Order enforcement.
The Cook County Sheriff has changed his eviction schedule website just a bit.
Periodically, I like to do a little anecdotal sample of cases to see where the Sheriff is running when it comes to Cook County evictions. Based on a VERY unscientific poll, it seems that evictions from early December are now … Continue reading
It has not yet been dubbed a polar vortex, but whether it is a “bomb cyclone”, “polar vortex”, or arctic air mass, one thing is certain, it is COLD! Despite the end of the scheduled holiday moratorium on eviction enforcement … Continue reading
Annual stoppage for Chicago evictions and Cook County forcible entry enforcement of eviction orders for possession by eviction attorneys
Cook County Eviction winter “stay” starts soon It is that time of year where the Cook County Circuit Court extends some holiday cheer to tenants (certainly not to landlords) and prohibits the Sheriff from enforcing eviction orders. By way of … Continue reading
The repercussions of cold weather could be far reaching. For 2016-17 moratorium, click here I don’t want to state the obvious, but landlords should keep in mind that the Cook County Sheriff is ordered by the Circuit Court of Cook … Continue reading
Cook County sets annual holiday break from evictions For 2016-17 holiday eviction moratorium, click here The Circuit Court of Cook County has determined by way of General Order 2015-04 that the winter eviction moratorium has been set for the time … Continue reading
Bad weather cancels Cook Co. evictions this week As I wrote about yesterday, the weather outside is frightful. And when the weather gets frightful, the circuit court’s general order tends to turn off the eviction spigot. And in response, the … Continue reading