Gov. Quinn signs law to protect renters in foreclosed buildings
August 21, 2013 (SPRINGFIELD, Ill.) (WLS) -- Illinois has a new law designed to give some protection to renters who live in buildings that are being foreclosed.
Governor Pat Quinn signed the legislation Wednesday.
Under the law, anyone who acquires a foreclosed residential property has to honor existing leases or give tenants at least ninety days to find new places to live.
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