Illinois Notice to Enter (to Tenant)

An Illinois landlord’s notice to enter tells a tenant of an occupied dwelling that a landlord will be entering the property. State law in Illinois does not specify the purposes for which a landlord may enter a tenant’s property, or how much notice must be given to do so. It also does not indicate conditions in which a landlord may enter a property without a tenant’s permission.

As a result, Illinois landlords should make all of these things explicit in their rental agreements. When necessary, the notice to enter should be provided in the manner described in the rental agreement.

Laws – none