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City Of Evanston Model Lease Agreement

(C) In the event of termination of the lease, the land or monetary relationship held by the landlord as collateral or rent paid in advance may be devoted to the payment of the outstanding rent and the amount of damages suffered by the lessor as a result of non-compliance with section 5-3-4-1 of this chapter, as indicated by the lessor in a written notification to the tenant with the amount due twenty-one (21) days after the tenant`s evacuation. Any non-compliance with the guarantee or the rent paid in advance and any interest on this guarantee, which is due to the tenant, are paid to the tenant within twenty-one (21) days after the eviction of the tenant. In the event that the lease under paragraph 5-3-7-4 (A) 1 of this chapter on the unlawful non-provision of essential services by the lessor ends, the obligations imposed on the lessor in accordance with this subsection (C) must be fulfilled within forty-eight (48) hours following the expiry of the written notification of seven (7) days to the lessor for the reinstatement of the benefit. (97-0-06) Evanston`s lease defines the relationship between the lessor and the tenant, their rights and responsibilities, and defines the financial and maintenance details of the deal. (B) A provision prohibited under subsection A of this section, which is included in a lease agreement, is not applicable. If a lessor deliberately uses a rental agreement containing a provision deemed prohibited, the tenant can recover the actual damage he has suffered and no more than two (2) months` rent and reasonable legal fees. (19-0-75) Yes, a landlord may charge a tenant late rent if the rent is received after the due date. An owner must include late fees in the rental agreement. Some states limit the amount a lessor can collect in fees, but even unrestricted states prohibit excessive late fees.

As a general rule, a delay in fees of less than 5% of the rent is acceptable. (B) If the landlord introduces an illegal entry or legal entry in an inappropriate manner or makes repeated requests for entry, which are otherwise legal but which have the effect of obstructing the tenant, the tenant may apply for a cease-and-descired action to prevent the reinstater of the behaviour or to terminate the lease. In all cases, the tenant may recover an amount of no more than two (2) months` rent or double the damage he has suffered, depending on the larger amount, and reasonable legal fees. (19-0-75) (B) As of October 1, 2002, a landlord receiving a guarantee or prepaid rent by a tenant pays interest equal to the interest rate paid for such sureties in the City of Chicago. Interest on security deposits on leases that will begin before October 1, 2002 is increased at a rate of 4% (4%) Paid. Every year until December 31, 1975 and five per cent (5%) January 1, 1976 to September 30, 2002. A lessor pays the tenant interest on all deposits within thirty (30) days of the expiry of each tenancy period of twelve (12) months, in cash or to be applied to the rent due, unless the tenant is late in accordance with the terms of the tenancy agreement. Interest on this part of a deposit or rent paid in advance of more than one month`s rent is calculated in installments only when all the payments are paid to the landlord. (Ord. 81-0-02) – Who pays the legal fees if there is a legal action on the service or performance of the lease If a landlord (or property manager) requires a surety, the owner is required to pay interest if he holds the deposit for 6 months or more.