(705 ILCS 105/28)
Supreme Court Clerk; fees.
At the time of filing a petition or
record, the petitioner or appellant shall pay to the Clerk of the Supreme Court
the sum of $25. That sum shall be in full payment of all services of the clerk
on behalf of the petitioner or appellant, except the making of a complete
record, or copies of records, papers, or orders. The respondent or appellee,
before entering an appearance or filing any paper, shall pay to the Clerk of
the Supreme Court the sum of $15, which sum shall be in full payment of all
services of the clerk on behalf of the respondent or appellee, except the
making of a complete record, or copies of records, papers, or orders.
The fee for each official certificate and seal is $1.
The fee for making a complete record, copy of a record, or other papers
in this office is a reasonable fee per page as established by the
Supreme Court, except that the clerk shall
furnish without cost, to parties in interest or their attorneys of
record, copies of opinions or orders. In furtherance of the
public interest, the clerk may furnish copies of opinions or orders without
cost to other individuals or entities.
The fee for preparing a law license, certifying it with the seal,
administering the oath, and transcribing the name on the roll of attorneys is
After the effective date of this amendatory Act of the 98th General Assembly, the amount of any fee collected under this Section may be set by Supreme Court rule, except that the amount of the fees collected under this Section shall remain as set by statute until the Supreme Court adopts rules specifying a higher or lower fee amount.
There is created the Supreme Court Special Purposes Fund, a special fund in the State treasury. Moneys collected under this Section shall be deposited into the Supreme Court Special Purposes Fund. Moneys in the Supreme Court Special Purposes Fund shall be used by the Supreme Court for:
(1) costs associated with electronic filing and other