(35 ILCS 200/21-195)
Examination of record; certificate of correctness.
On the day
advertised for sale, the county clerk, assisted by the collector, shall examine
the list upon which judgment has been entered and ascertain that all payments
have been properly noted thereon. The county clerk shall make a certificate to
be entered on the record, following the order of court that the record is
correct, and that judgment was entered upon the property therein mentioned for
the taxes, interest and costs due thereon. The certificate shall be attested
by the circuit court clerk under seal of the court and shall be the process on
which the property or any interest therein shall be sold for taxes, special
assessments, interest and costs due thereon, and may be substantially in the
State of Illinois County of .....
I, ...., clerk of the circuit court, in and for the county of ...., do
hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct record of the
delinquent property in the county, against which judgment and order of sale was
duly entered in the circuit court for the county, on (insert date), for the
amount of the taxes, special assessments,
interest and costs due severally thereon as therein set forth, and that the
judgment and order of court in relation thereto fully appears on the record.
Dated (insert date).
(Source: P.A. 91-357, eff. 7-29-99.)