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Tag Archives: sheriff
Evictions and the Weather Forecast 2015 Although the eviction moratorium is set to end today, I have my doubts that the Sheriff will be working tomorrow. The weather forecast for tomorrow (1/6/15) predicts a high of 14 degrees and a … Continue reading
Cold weather delays tenant evictions in Cook County.
No eviction order for possession will be enforced by the Cook County Sheriff in forcible entry cases from December 16, 2013 to January 3, 2014
Tom Dart alleges property management company is serving illegal eviction notices
After Chicago landlord obtains order for possession, Sheriff can enforce it. Landlords should not engage in wrongful eviction or change locks.
Does the Cook County Sheriff evict on weekends? What hours does the Sheriff evict?
Procedure for evicting tenant by the Sheriff after a Chicago landlord obtains an order for possession from the Cook County Illinois circuit court
Right now, based on anecdotal experience, the Cook County Sheriff seems to be taking around four to six weeks to come out to enforce an order to evict a tenant. Frankly, for January and compared to previous years, that’s pretty … Continue reading
procedure for criminal trespass after enforcement of order for possession in eviction
Cook County sheriff will not evict this winter between December 19, 2011 and January 2, 2012