Chicago Landlord Legal Services
Many Chicago landlords mistakenly believe that a lease both landlord and tenant agree to is enough to protect them from action in court by a tenant. You can be a great landlord who meets all the expectations of your tenant and all the terms set out by the lease, and still find yourself in court if the lease you use is not legal under Chicago law. How do you ensure you are using a lawful lease and that you will avoid annoying court costs and fees? Consult someone who knows Chicago rental law in and out and who has had massive success representing both landlords and tenants in Chicago courts - Aaron Krolik! Aaron knows the Chicago Residential Landlord and Tenant Ordinance (CRLTO) better than anyone in the city of Chicago and will help you create a lease agreement that meets all of the stipulations of the Ordinance.
Aaron Krolik can answer all your questions about the Chicago Residential Landlord and Tenant Ordinance.
He can help you with:
- Security Deposit Law
- CRLTO Separate Agreements
As well as leases pertaining to:
- Single Family Homes
- High Rise Condos
- Student Apartments
because any and all of these, even a single dwelling unit, fall under the guidelines laid out by the Chicago Residential Landlord and Tenant Ordinance.
The CRLTO is an extremely tenant-friendly document, but you can make it friendly to you by hiring the Law Office of Aaron Krolik to spare you future legal expenses based on its rules. Contact Aaron online or call us today at 3120924-0278 for the security that a well-written, airtight lease can bring!