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Supreme Court eviction order extended to coincide with governor's moratorium

Stay on judgement for 'covered persons' is set to expire Oct. 3

Posted on September 23, 2021

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SPRINGFIELD – The Illinois Supreme Court on Tuesday extended its order limiting judgements in certain eviction cases to Oct. 3, putting it in line with the governor’s latest executive order.

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