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Cook County Residential Tenant Landlord Ordinance

An introduction to the basics of the new law governing most residential landlord-tenant situations in Cook County beginning in June 2021.
Credits: 1.25 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
Provider: IRELA
SKU: H1610-21E
$80.00 or 1.25 credits
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Faculty:

Richard Magnone, Reda | Ciprian | Magnone, LLC, Chicago

Program Expires: 7/1/2023

Faculty:

Richard Magnone, Reda | Ciprian | Magnone, LLC, Chicago

Program Expires: 7/1/2023

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Program Date4/14/2021
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Program Date4/14/2021
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