Illinois Building Violations
Watching Building Violations
We compile building violations for the Illinois county(s) listed below. Cook County building violations originate from the Circuit Clerk at the Daley Center in Chicago, IL.
Building violations are crimes punishable by law. The discovery of a building code violation could result in a citation, a fine, or costly repairs. Common building violations include fire safety codes, accessibility codes, or electrical codes. Building Code Violations are of interest to Realtors, building inspectors, consultants, attorneys, property owners, management companies, and tenants living in buildings where a violation could occur.
Demographics that you may be able to view include the First and Last Name of the Property Owner (the Defendant who received the violation), the address of the property, the PIN number of the property, and existing lien holders at the time of violation. Please note that not every building violation contains Defendant names, and none of the Building Violations in our database state the dollar amount if there is a fine involved. New data is uploaded on a weekly basis. The dates below indicate the date we began inputting data for this type of public record.
- Cook Building Violations - Since 11/14/2007
Understanding a Building Violations Record:
- Input Date: This is the date the record was typed into Record Information Services' database. This is not the date of date of record.
- Parcel Number: The Parcel Identification (PIN Number) that identifies the property.
- Plaintiff: The party that is filing the Building Violation.
- Defendant 1 & 2: These are the individual(s) that received the Building Violation.
- Lien Holder 1 & 2: These are any additional lien holders (if any) against the property at the time the building violation were filed.
- Filing Date: The date the building violation was filed.
- Fine: The dollar amount the Defendant is being fined for the Building Violation
- Case Number: The reference filing number.
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