(65 ILCS 5/11-13-11)
(from Ch. 24, par. 11-13-11)
Every variation or special use, whether made by the board of
appeals directly, or by an ordinance after a hearing before the board of
appeals, shall be accompanied by findings of facts and shall refer to any
exhibits containing plans and specifications for the proposed use or
variation, which shall remain a part of the permanent records of the board
of appeals. The findings of facts shall specify the reason or reasons for
making the variation.
The terms of the relief granted shall be specifically set forth in a
conclusion or statement separate from the findings of fact of the board of
appeals or ordinance. Property for which relief has been granted shall not
be used in violation of the specific terms of the board of appeals'
findings of fact or ordinance, as the case may be, unless its usage is
changed by further findings of fact of a board of appeals or additional
(Source: P.A. 76-584.)