In May 1995, plaintiff, Premier Property Management, Inc., sued Chavez in a separate lawsuit. In July 1996, Chavez conveyed his interest as sole owner of his home to himself and his wife as tenants by the entirety.
On May 20, 1999, the Illinois Supreme Court held that the appellate court properly affirmed the circuit court's dismissal of the plaintiff's claim that the implied warranty of habitability extended to a clubhouse in a residential development.
On December 31, 1998, the Illinois Supreme Court disagreed with the appellate court when it held that the owner of record title who has no legal or equitable interest has no right to redeem, but affirmed the appellate court on different grounds.
On November 16, 1998, the Department of Central Management Services, the agency that leases or acquires property for all state agencies or authorities, enacted amendments and new provisions into section 5000 of its administrative rules. 44 Ill Adm Code 5000.