(760 ILCS 100/3a)
(from Ch. 21, par. 64.3a)
Loans to private cemeteries.
Except upon written approval of the Comptroller, no loan or
investment of any care funds by any cemetery authority owning, operating,
controlling or managing a privately operated cemetery, or by any trustee or
licensee under this Act shall be made:
(1) To any officer, director, trustee, or party
owning 10% or more of such cemetery authority, or to any firm, corporation, association or partnership in which any officer, director, trustee, or party owning 10% or more of such cemetery authority or licensee has a controlling interest.
(2) On or in any real estate, or in any note, bond,
mortgage or deed of trust in which any officer, director trustee, or party owning 10% or more of such cemetery authority or licensee has any financial interest.
(3) On or in any unproductive real estate or real
estate outside of this state or in permanent improvements of the cemetery or any of its facilities, unless specifically authorized by the instrument whereby the principal fund was created. And no commission or brokerage fee for the purchase or sale of any property shall be paid in excess of that usual and customary at the time and in the locality where such purchase or sale is made and all such commissions and brokerage fees shall be fully reported in the next annual statement of such cemetery authority, trustee or licensee.
Before a loan or investment request is submitted to the Comptroller for
approval, the loan or investment request must be duly approved by resolution of
the board of directors
of the cemetery authority and by the trustee of the care fund.
(Source: P.A. 88-477; 89-615, eff. 8-9-96