TITLE 62: MINING
CHAPTER I: DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
PART 240 THE ILLINOIS OIL AND GAS ACT
SECTION 240.230 AUTHORITY OF PERSON SIGNING APPLICATION
Section 240.230 Authority of Person Signing Application
a) The application for a permit to drill, deepen, or convert to a production well shall identify whether the owner of the right to drill and to operate the well is an individual, partnership, corporation or other entity, and shall contain the address and signature of the owner or person authorized to sign for such owner.
b) If the owner is an individual, the application shall be signed by the individual. If the owner is a partnership, the application shall be signed by a general partner. If the owner is a corporation, the application shall be signed by an officer of the corporation.
c) In lieu of the signature of the owner or such authorized person, the application may be signed by a person having a power of attorney to sign for such owner or authorized person, provided a certified copy of the power of attorney is on file with the Department or accompanies the application.
d) The entity or person to whom the permit is issued shall be called the Permittee and shall be responsible for all regulatory requirements relative to the well.
e) If the applicant is a corporation, the charter must authorize the corporation to engage in the permitted activity, and the corporation must be incorporated or authorized to do business in the State of Illinois.
f) If the applicant is an individual, partnership, or other unincorporated entity that is not a resident of Illinois, provide an irrevocable consent to be sued in Illinois.
g) If the applicant has been issued a FEIN, that number must be reported on the application.
(Source: Amended at 21 Ill. Reg. 7164, effective June 3, 1997)