(35 ILCS 200/20-50)
Payment to taxing districts by township collectors; intermediate settlements.
(a) Township collectors shall, every 30 days, when required to do so by
the proper authorities of incorporated towns, cities, villages, and road and
school districts for which any tax is collected, render to those authorities a
statement of the amount of each kind of tax collected for the entity and the
amount paid under protest. At the same time, subject to Sections 3.1-35-60
through 3.1-35-80 of the Illinois Municipal Code, the collectors shall pay over
to the authorities the amount of all taxes shown to be collected, other than
those paid under protest. The payments shall be made as directed in the warrant
attached to the collector's books.
(b) Township collectors shall, every 30 days, render a similar account of
county taxes, to the county collector, and at the same time, the collectors
shall pay over the amount collected to the county collector.
(c) Each township collector shall make final settlement for all taxes
charged in the tax books at or before the time fixed in Section 20-55. In
making the settlements, the collectors shall be entitled to credit for the
amount uncollected on the tax books as determined by the settlement with the
(d) The officer to whom any moneys are paid under this Section shall deliver
to the collector duplicate receipts for those payments.
(Source: P.A. 91-357, eff. 7-29-99.)