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Illinois reissues and extends several Covid-19 executive orders

State Issues Covid-19 Illinois Debt Collection Mortgages Evictions

State Issues

On December 11, the governor of Illinois issued Executive Order 2020-74, which extends several executive orders through January 9, 2021 (previously covered hereherehere, and here). Among other things, the order extends: (i) Executive Order 2020-07 regarding in-person meeting requirements, (ii) Executive Order 2020-23 regarding actions by individuals licensed by the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation engaged in disaster response, (iii) Executive Order 2020-25 regarding garnishment and wage deductions (previously covered here), (iv) Executive Order 2020-30 regarding residential evictions (previously covered here and here), and (v) Executive Order 2020-72 regarding the residential eviction moratorium (previously covered here, herehere, and here).

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