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(625 ILCS 5/6-301.3)
Invalidation of a driver's license or permit.
(a) The Secretary of State may invalidate a driver's license or permit:
(1) when the holder voluntarily surrenders the
license or permit and declares his or her intention to do so in writing to the Secretary;
(2) when the Secretary receives a certified court
order indicating the holder is to refrain from driving;
(3) upon the death of the holder; or
(4) as the Secretary deems appropriate by
(b) A driver's license or permit invalidated under this Section shall
nullify the holder's driving privileges. If a license is invalidated under
subdivision (a)(3) of this Section, the actual
or permit may be released to a relative
of the decedent; provided, the actual license or permit bears a readily
identifiable designation evidencing invalidation as prescribed by the
(c) If a driver is issued a citation for any violation of this Code or a similar local ordinance and the violation is the proximate cause of the death or Type A injury of another, the prosecuting authority may ask the court to enter an order invalidating the driver's license or permit under paragraph (2) of subsection (a) of this Section. For purposes of this Section, Type A injury has the meaning ascribed in Section 6-108.1 of this Code.
(Source: P.A. 98-168, eff. 1-1-14.)