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Illinois reissues and extends several Covid-19 executive orders

State Issues Covid-19 Illinois Debt Collection Evictions Mortgages Enforcement

State Issues

On August 21, the Illinois governor issued Executive Order 2020-52, which extends several earlier executive orders through September 19, 2020. Among other things, the order extends Executive Order 2020-25 regarding garnishment and wage deductions (previously covered here) and Executive Order 2020-30 regarding residential evictions (previously covered here and here). However, Executive Order 2020-30 has been amended to provide that the moratorium on the enforcement of eviction orders for residential premises does not relieve an individual of the obligation to pay rent, make mortgage payments, or comply with any other obligation that the individual may have pursuant to a lease, rental agreement, or mortgage.

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