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CHICAGO — The Cook County sheriff who was sued by a subprime lender after he refused to carry out any more evictions says his office will start the procedures on Monday.

Sheriff Thomas J. Dart has issued a statement that because of a recent overhaul of Cook County’s eviction process, renters will now be notified that their building is in foreclosure. In addition, banks must prove to the sheriff’s office that they informed tenants of a 120-day grace period granted by state law that gives renters time to obtain new housing.

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