Different types of Real Estate Attorneys include: Residential Commercial Industrial Agricultural Eminent Domain Land Use Matters Landlord-Tenant Real Estate Attorneys can assist in these areas including: Drafting offer contracts Review and drafting leases Commercial lease contracts Listing agreements Purchase contracts Residential closings Real Estate Financing Real Estate Development Contractor agreementsRead More →

According to the National Association of Realtors (NAR) there are more than 900,000 licensed realtors in the U.S. Real Estate Lawyers routinely handle legal issues involving house purchases and rentals, condos, new home problems, and all the numerous issues, which can arise in dealing with real estate agents and brokersRead More →

Under Illinois law, a landlord must disclose certain information to a tenant (usually in a lease or lease agreement), such as a rental benefit. For a complete list, see Illinois asking landlords to disclose. Illinois law does not limit the amount of money landlords can collect. However, it does limitRead More →

The landlord Leasing Act covers every law and right that every landlord and every tenant has in their particular state. Both parties need to know the basic knowledge of rental housing, how to collect or pay the deposit, the basic knowledge of fair housing law, etc. From the landlord’s perspective,Read More →

As a landlord, your obvious right is to collect rent for the use of the property. Another important right is to return your property to you intact at the end of the agreement. Except for normal wear and tear, it shall be returned in the same state as it wasRead More →

If the landlord loses the lawsuit in court, the landlord may be responsible for any expenses incurred by the tenant and attorney’s fees. If the lessee loses in court, the lessee may have to bear the landlord’s costs and attorney’s fees. It is also the responsibility of the tenant thatRead More →