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December 21, 2016
Summary: The new law requires that the transfer of real property (real estate) to a trust have a transfer of legal title to the trustee.
There are two new rules regarding the transfer of property to trust.
(1) The transfer of real property to a trust requires a
transfer of legal title to the [...]
If you’re a Chicago landlord with a Chicago rental property, there are many “disclosures” and “notices” that you must provide to your [prospective] tenant. If a landlord fails to comply with properly providing these disclosures, the landlord could very likely end up in court, owing the [...]