How to Break Your Lease in Chicago

"Breaking your lease" has a negative connotation for many people - it means possibly incurring fees or penalties, or being pursued by a landlord. Exiting a lease early does not have to have these connotations, however, when your lease simply isn't up to par and does not provide you with what you are owed to the fullest extent under the Chicago Residential Landlord & Tenant Ordinance. View the following sections and see if you have received the proper paperwork:

The Official Chicago RLTO Summary (4 pages)

If you didn't receive this document with your lease, you are within your rights to break your lease!

Contact Aaron Krolik today to proceed in doing so.

 

The Official Chicago RLTO Separate Summary (1 page)

If you didn't receive this document with your lease, you are within your rights to break your lease! 

Contact Aaron Krolik today to proceed in doing so.

Learn more about the law:

Chicago RLTO 101

Chicago RLTO Security Deposits

Beware of Unlawful Lease Provisions

Exclusions to the Chicago RLTO

Read the full text of the law:

The Full & Official Chicago RLTO 5-12

The Full & Official Chicago 5-14 (pertains to foreclosures)

If you did not receive the documents with your lease and wish to break your Chicago lease, legally & officially in Chicago, contact Aaron Krolik today. Aaron Krolik has years of experience and casework in breaking Chicago leases in a timely and effective manner. Aaron can break 99.999% of leases, guaranteed. Your legal fees will be paid by your landlord - for you, as someone who wishes to escape your lease for any reason at all, contacting Aaron Krolik is an easy decision.