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  1. Defenses to Eviction: Re: Eviction Order from Court Lacking Juristiction

    I found no rules specific for this. But I did find a form used for motions for certain routine telephonic hearings (e.g. hearings to set a trial date, etc). That suggests to me that you need to make...
  2. Defenses to Eviction: Re: Eviction Order from Court Lacking Juristiction

    I understand the frustration in that. But even so, if the venue was wrong and you wanted that fixed to get a court nearer to you, you’d generally need to file a motion to do that. Simply not...
  3. Defenses to Eviction: Re: Eviction Order from Court Lacking Juristiction

    If you were served and did not respond you have a real problem here. The court’s web site nowhere tells you that the first district lacks jurisdiction. It simply tells you how the Cook County Circuit...
  4. Defenses to Eviction: Re: Eviction Order from Court Lacking Juristiction

    They aren’t codified because jurisdiction is given to the circuit courts under the Illinois Constitution as the general trial courts and circuit courts are organized by county. IL Const. Article VI,...
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