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BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS805 ILCS 105/Art. 15
(805 ILCS 105/) General Not For Profit Corporation Act of 1986.
(805 ILCS 105/Art. 15 heading)
FEES AND CHARGES
805 ILCS 105/115.05
(805 ILCS 105/115.05)
(from Ch. 32, par. 115.05)
Fees and charges to be collected by
Secretary of State. The Secretary of State shall charge and
collect in accordance with the provisions of this Act:
(a) Fees for filing documents.
(b) Miscellaneous charges.
(c) Fees for filing annual reports.
(Source: P.A. 92-33, eff. 7-1-01.)
805 ILCS 105/115.10
(805 ILCS 105/115.10)
(from Ch. 32, par. 115.10)
Fees for filing documents.
The Secretary of State shall charge and collect for:
(a) Filing articles of incorporation, $50.
(b) Filing articles of amendment, $25, unless the
amendment is a restatement of the articles of incorporation, in which case the fee shall be $100.
(c) Filing articles of merger or consolidation, $25.
(d) Filing articles of dissolution, $5.
(e) Filing application to reserve a corporate name,
(f) Filing a notice of transfer or cancellation of a
reserved corporate name, $25.
(g) Filing statement of change of address of
registered office or change of registered agent, or both, $5.
(h) Filing an application of a foreign corporation
for authority to conduct affairs in this State, $50.
(i) Filing an application of a foreign corporation
for amended authority to conduct affairs in this State, $25.
(j) Filing a copy of amendment to the articles of
incorporation of a foreign corporation holding authority to conduct affairs in this State, $25, unless the amendment is a restatement of the articles of incorporation, in which case the fee shall be $100.
(k) Filing a copy of articles of merger of a foreign
corporation holding authority to conduct affairs in this State, $25.
(l) Filing an application for withdrawal and final
report or a copy of articles of dissolution of a foreign corporation, $5.
(m) Filing an annual report of a domestic or foreign
corporation, $10, of which $5 must be deposited into the Charitable Trust Stabilization Fund.
(n) Filing an application for reinstatement of a
domestic or a foreign corporation, $25.
(o) Filing an application for use of an assumed
corporate name, $150 for each year or part thereof ending in 0 or 5, $120 for each year or part thereof ending in 1 or 6, $90 for each year or part thereof ending in 2 or 7, $60 for each year or part thereof ending in 3 or 8, $30 for each year or part thereof ending in 4 or 9, and a renewal fee for each assumed corporate name, $150.
(p) Filing an application for change or cancellation
of an assumed corporate name, $5.
(q) Filing an application to register the corporate
name of a foreign corporation, $50; and an annual renewal fee for the registered name, $50.
(r) Filing an application for cancellation of a
registered name of a foreign corporation, $5.
(s) Filing a statement of correction, $25.
(t) Filing an election to accept this Act, $25.
(u) Filing any other statement or report, $5.
(Source: P.A. 94-605, eff. 1-1-06; 95-655, eff. 6-1-08
805 ILCS 105/115.15
(805 ILCS 105/115.15)
(from Ch. 32, par. 115.15)
The Secretary of
State shall charge and collect:
(a) For furnishing a copy or certified copy of any
document, instrument, or paper relating to a corporation, or for a certificate,
(b) At the time of any service of process, notice or demand
on him or her as resident agent of a corporation, $10, which
amount may be recovered as taxable costs by the party to the
suit or action causing such service to be made if such party
prevails in the suit or action.
(Source: P.A. 97-839, eff. 7-20-12.)
805 ILCS 105/115.20
(805 ILCS 105/115.20)
(from Ch. 32, par. 115.20)
Expedited service fees.
(a) The Secretary of State may charge and collect a fee
for expedited services as follows:
Certificates of good standing or fact, $10;
All filings, copies of documents, annual reports filed on or after January
1, 1984, and copies of documents of dissolved corporations having a file number
over 5199, $25.
(b) Expedited services shall not be available for a statement of
correction or any request for copies
involving annual reports filed before January 1,
1984 or involving dissolved
corporations with a file number below 5200.
(c) All moneys collected under this Section shall be deposited
into the Department of Business Services
Special Operations Fund. No other fees
or taxes collected under this Act shall be deposited into that Fund.
(d) As used in this Section, "expedited services" has the meaning
ascribed thereto in Section 15.95 of the Business Corporation Act of 1983.
(Source: P.A. 92-33, eff. 7-1-01; 93-59, eff. 7-1-03.)
805 ILCS 105/115.85
(805 ILCS 105/115.85)
(from Ch. 32, par. 115.85)
Effect of nonpayment of fees or taxes.
Secretary of State shall not file any articles, statements,
certificates, reports, applications, notices, or other
papers relating to any corporation, domestic or foreign,
organized under or subject to the provisions of this Act
until all fees and charges provided to be paid in connection
therewith shall have been paid to him or her, or while the
corporation is in default in the payment of any fees,
charges or penalties herein provided to be paid by or
assessed against it, or when the Illinois Department of Revenue has given
notice that the corporation is in default in the filing of a return or the
payment of any final assessment of tax, penalty or interest as required by
any tax Act administered by the Department.
(b) The Secretary of State shall not file, with respect to
any domestic or foreign corporation, any document required
or permitted to be filed by this Act, which has an effective
date other than the date of filing until there has been paid
by such corporation to the Secretary of State all fees and
charges due and payable on or before said effective date.
(c) No corporation required to pay a penalty under this Act
shall maintain any civil action until all such penalties
have been paid in full.
(Source: P.A. 86-381.)