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815 ILCS 505/10b
(815 ILCS 505/10b)
(from Ch. 121 1/2, par. 270b)
Nothing in this Act shall apply to any of the following:
(1) Actions or transactions specifically authorized by laws administered
by any regulatory body or officer acting under statutory authority of this
State or the United States.
(2) The provisions of "An act to protect trademark owners, distributors,
and the public against injurious and uneconomic practices in the
distribution of articles of standard quality under a trademark, brand or
name," approved July 8, 1935, as amended.
(3) Acts done by the publisher, owner, agent, or employee of a
newspaper, periodical or radio or television station in the publication or
dissemination of an advertisement, when the owner, agent or employee did
not have knowledge of the false, misleading or deceptive character of the
advertisement, did not prepare the advertisement, or did not have a direct
financial interest in the sale or distribution of the advertised product or
(4) The communication of any false, misleading or deceptive information,
provided by the seller of real estate located in Illinois, by a real estate
salesman or broker licensed under "The Real Estate Brokers License Act",
unless the salesman or broker knows of the false, misleading or deceptive
character of such information.
This provision shall be effective as to any communication, whenever
(5) Claims seeking damages for conduct that results in bodily injury,
death, or damage to property other than the property that is the subject of the
practice claimed to be unlawful.
This item (5) applies to
causes of action filed on or after
its effective date.
(6) The communication of any false, misleading, or deceptive information
an insurance producer, registered firm, or limited insurance representative, as
those terms are defined in the Illinois Insurance Code, or by an insurance
or brokerage house concerning the sale, placement, procurement, renewal,
binding, cancellation of, or terms of any type of insurance or any policy of
insurance unless the insurance producer
has actual knowledge of
the false, misleading, or deceptive character of the information. This
provision shall be effective as to any communications, whenever occurring.
This item (6) applies to all causes of action that accrue on or after the
effective date of this amendatory Act of 1995.
(Source: P.A. 89-7, eff. 3-9-95; 89-152, eff. 1-1-96.)