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Last year, government introduced legislation to prevent landlords of commercial properties from being able to evict tenants for not paying rent. This measure will be in place until 25 March 2022 alongside the restrictions on landlords abilities to recover rental arrears through the seizure of goods.
The landlord cannot force you to renew the lease. If you choose not to renew, they have to give you a proper notice of non-renewal before evicting you. This is usually 30 days, but it can be more based on whether a law like the Chicago Residential Landlord and Tenant ordinance applies.
Your landlord must notify you in writing that he/she intends to terminate the lease. If you are renting month-to-month, you are entitled to a 30-day written notice. Leases running year-to-year require a 60-day written notice. YOUR LANDLORD DOES NOT HAVE TO GIVE YOU ANY REASON FOR TERMINATING THE LEASE.
Answer: Your landlord does not have a leg to stand on. Once your lease expired, it did not automatically renew. If you have not already, you should provide your landlord with a written 30 days notice of your intention to move out. Once the 30 days have expired, you are free to move out.
Commercial tenants usually remain in a property when a lease has expired because they are still negotiating the terms of a new, renewed lease with the landlord or they have an informal agreement to stay on.

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In Illinois, a lease need not be in writing unless it is for a term greater than one year. Although the terms of an oral lease may be difficult to determine, a party may be bound to the terms of an oral agreement just as much as a written one.
From a tenant perspective, physical premises could be vital for the business, but situations can change. But there are two options for the tenant when their lease expires. Option 1 remain in the property and negotiate a new lease. Option 2 vacate the property and give possession back to the landlord.
No, a commercial lease does not need to be docHubd in Illinois in order for it to be legal. However, either party may have the commercial lease docHubd if they prefer. In this case, any alterations or addendums to the lease may need to be docHubd, as well.
On average, the eviction process can take 40 - 90 days after the tenancy or occupants right to possession of the property has been terminated.
It is very likely that as you conduct business, you will need to get a signature witnessed. Whether that be in a commercial capacity and you can get an ordinary witness, or it is something more serious, and you need to get an official authorised witness.

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