(20 ILCS 3435/6)
(from Ch. 127, par. 133c6)
(a) The Historic Preservation Agency, in consultation with the
various State agencies owning or managing land for the use of the State of
Illinois, shall develop regulations whereby permits may be issued for
exploration or excavation of archaeological and paleontological resources.
These permits shall be issued by the Historic Preservation Agency after
consultation with the head of the land managing agency.
(b) Permits to any person or entity other than the State of Illinois
shall be issued in accordance with regulations which shall be promulgated
by the Historic Preservation Agency.
(c) Each permit shall specify all terms and conditions under which the
investigation shall be carried out, including, but not limited to, location
and nature of the investigation and plans for analysis and publication of
the results. Upon completion of the project, the permit holder shall report
its results to the Historic Preservation Agency for approval.
(Source: P.A. 86-459; 86-707.)