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Mortgage Foreclosure Act
Senate Bill 2725 (Haine, D-Alton; Harris, D-Chicago) creates a 90-day stay in Illinois courts of action in any pending mortgage foreclosure. It also prohibits the filing of any new mortgage foreclosure action during those 90 days. The 90 days begins on the Governor’s signature. It is on second reading in the House. It must pass the House and go back to the Senate for concurrence with House Amendment No. 1 before it is sent to the Governor. The House meets today and for two days in January before adjourning for a new General Assembly.

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