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You do need to check your lease to see what it says. Standard city of Chicago leases, which your landlord probably did not use, allow the landlord to enter the property with proper notice, but they NEVER state anything about dong an open house or requiring you to leave for ANY length of time. You could refuse, but then you need to think about how much you might need a good reference from that landlord for the new place you do to. If you do not need a good reference, then I would tell him NO!
A month to month lease allows either the landlord or tenant to give the other 30 days written notice (from the 1st of each month) when they plan to leave or are required to leave. Otherwise you have a valid lease and all terms apply.You might also speak with the city of Evanston as to what they say since you might have used one of their leases.Having open houses when a tenant is living in the property is VERY rare!philip
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