In Illinois, the laws that govern the commercial landlord-tenant relationship is much different than its residential counterpart. This course, presented by real estate attorney Katherine Rehan, will address state law and customary practices that impact commercial leasing, including the enforceability of leases, disclosures, transfer taxes, rents, security deposits, and more.
Commercial landlord-tenant relationships are governed not only by state and federal law, but depending on where the property is located, municipal law may impose additional or different requirements on both the landlord and tenant. This course will address the different rights and responsibilities of both the landlord and tenant who are parties to a commercial lease and recent developments in the law.
Katherine A. Rehan is an associate attorney for The Law Office of Douglas R. Johnson, P.C., where she practices in the areas of real estate, landlord tenant, commercial and civil litigation. As a litigator, she represents financial institutions, medical providers, individuals and corporations in a wide range of civil disputes, including collection litigation, contract litigation, banking litigation, landlord/tenant disputes and construction litigation.
Katherine has extensive experience litigating collection matters, breach of contract, mortgage foreclosures, business disputes and landlord tenant litigation.
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