Lake Zurich, IL asked in Contracts for Illinois

Q: A school sold a parking spot for $330 but then shut the closest door to the parking lot, forcing an extra walk of 90 sec

Hello! I have a question regarding a high school parking lot. If a high school sold access to a parking spot for the length of a school year for $330, and then months later disallowed students to use the door closest to the parking lot with the next closest door being an extra 90 second walk, would this be some sort of violation of the contract? I live in Illinois, and I have not pursued any legal action.

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T. J. Jesky
T. J. Jesky
  • Chicago, IL
  • Licensed in Illinois

A: It seems to me that it took you more than 90 seconds to write this question. It is doubtful, if there is any legal recourse to avoid this extra 90 second inconvenience. If there was legal recourse, the time, cost and effort to do anything would be prohibited.

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