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Public Act 094-0118


 

Public Act 0118 94TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY



 


 
Public Act 094-0118
 
SB0075 Enrolled LRB094 06315 AJO 36390 b

    AN ACT concerning housing.
 
    Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois,
represented in the General Assembly:
 
    Section 1. Short title. This Act may be cited as the
Rental Housing Support Program Act.
 
    Section 5. Legislative findings and purpose. The General
Assembly finds that in many parts of this State, large numbers
of citizens are faced with the inability to secure affordable
rental housing. Due to either insufficient wages or a shortage
of affordable rental housing stock, or both, many families have
difficulty securing decent housing, are subjected to
overcrowding, pay too large a portion of their total monthly
income for housing and consequently suffer the lack of other
basic needs, live in substandard or unhealthy housing, or
experience chronic housing instability. Instability and
inadequacy in housing limits the employability and
productivity of many citizens, adversely affects family health
and stress levels, impedes children's ability to learn, and
produces corresponding drains on public resources. It is the
purpose of this Act to create a State program to help
localities address the need for decent, affordable, permanent
rental housing.
 
    Section 7. Definitions. In this Act:
    "Authority" means the Illinois Housing Development
Authority.
    "Developer" means any entity that receives a grant under
Section 20.
    "Program" means the Rental Housing Support Program.
    "Real estate-related document" means any recorded document
that affects an interest in real property excluding documents
which solely affect or relate to an easement for water, sewer,
electricity, gas, telephone or other public service.
    "Unit" means a rental apartment unit receiving a subsidy by
means of a grant under this Act. "Unit" does not include
housing units intended as transitional or temporary housing.
 
    Section 10. Creation of Program and distribution of funds.
    (a) The Rental Housing Support Program is created within
the Illinois Housing Development Authority. The Authority
shall administer the program and adopt rules for its
implementation.
    (b) The Authority shall distribute amounts appropriated
for the Program from the Rental Housing Support Program Fund
and any other appropriations provided for the Program as
follows:
        (1) A proportionate share of the annual appropriation,
    as determined under subsection (d) of Section 15 of this
    Act shall be distributed to municipalities with a
    population greater than 2,000,000. Those municipalities
    shall use at least 10% of those funds in accordance with
    Section 20 of this Act, and all provisions governing the
    Authority's actions under Section 20 shall govern the
    actions of the corporate authorities of a municipality
    under this Section. As to the balance of the annual
    distribution, the municipality shall designate a
    non-profit organization that meets the specific criteria
    set forth in Section 25 of this Act to serve as the "local
    administering agency" under Section 15 of this Act.
        (2) Of the remaining appropriation after the
    distribution in paragraph (1) of this subsection, the
    Authority shall designate at least 10% for the purposes of
    Section 20 of this Act in areas of the State not covered
    under paragraph (1) of this subsection.
        (3) The remaining appropriation after the
    distributions in paragraphs (1) and (2) of this subsection
    shall be distributed according to Section 15 of this Act in
    areas of the State not covered under paragraph (1) of this
    subsection.
 
    Section 15. Grants to local administering agencies.
    (a) Under the program, the Authority shall make grants to
local administering agencies to provide subsidies to landlords
to enable the landlords to charge rent affordable for
low-income tenants. Grants shall also include an amount for the
operating expenses of local administering agencies. Operating
expenses for local administering agencies shall not exceed 10%
for grants under $500,000 and shall not exceed 7% for grants
over $500,000.
    (b) The Authority shall develop a request-for-proposals
process for soliciting proposals from local administering
agencies and for awarding grants. The request-for-proposals
process and the funded projects must be consistent with the
criteria set forth in Section 25 and with additional criteria
set forth by the Authority in rules implementing this Act.
    (c) Local administering agencies may be local governmental
bodies, local housing authorities, or not-for-profit
organizations. The Authority shall set forth in rules the
financial and capacity requirements necessary for an
organization to qualify as a local administering agency and the
parameters for administration of the grants by local
administering agencies.
    (d) The Authority shall distribute grants to local
administering agencies according to a formula based on U.S.
Census data. The formula shall determine percentages of the
funds to be distributed to the following geographic areas: (i)
Chicago; (ii) suburban areas: Cook County (excluding Chicago),
DuPage County, Lake County, Kane County, Will County, and
McHenry County; (iii) small metropolitan areas: Springfield,
Rockford, Peoria, Decatur, Champaign-Urbana,
Bloomington-Normal, Rock Island, DeKalb, Madison County,
Moline, Pekin, Rantoul, and St. Clair County; and (iv) rural
areas, defined as all areas of the State not specifically named
in items (i), (ii), and (iii) of this subsection. A geographic
area's percentage share shall be determined by the total number
of households that have an annual income of less than 50% of
State median income for a household of 4, as determined by the
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and that are
paying more than 30% of their income for rent. The geographic
distribution shall be re-determined by the Authority each time
new U.S. Census data becomes available. The Authority shall
phase in any changes to the geographic formula to prevent a
large withdrawal of resources from one area that could
negatively impact households receiving rental housing support.
Up to 20% of the funds allocated for rural areas, as defined in
this subsection, may be set aside and awarded to one
administering agency to be distributed throughout the rural
areas in the State to localities that desire a number of
subsidized units of housing that is too small to justify the
establishment of a full local program. In those localities, the
administering agency may contract with local agencies to share
the administrative tasks of the program, such as inspections of
units.
    (e) In order to ensure applications from all geographic
areas of the State, the Authority shall create a plan to ensure
that potential local administering agencies have ample time and
support to consider making an application and to prepare an
application. Such a plan must include, but is not limited to:
an outreach and education plan regarding the program and the
requirements for a local administering agency; ample time
between the initial notice of funding ability and the deadline
to submit an application, which shall not be less than 9
months; and access to assistance from the Authority or another
agency in considering and preparing the application.
    (f) In order to maintain consistency for households
receiving rental housing support, the Authority shall, to the
extent possible given funding resources available in the Rental
Housing Support Program, continue to fund local administering
agencies at the same level on an annual basis, unless the
Authority determines that a local administering agency is not
meeting the criteria set forth in Section 25 or is not adhering
to other standards set forth by rule by the Authority.
 
    Section 20. Grants for affordable housing developments.
    (a) The Authority may award grants under the program
directly for the development of affordable rental housing for
long-term operating support to enable the rent on such units to
be affordable. Developers of such new housing shall apply
directly to the Authority for this type of grant under the
program.
    (b) The Authority shall prescribe by rule the application
requirements and the qualifications necessary for a developer
and a development to qualify for a grant under the program. In
any event, however, to qualify for a grant, the development
must satisfy the criteria set forth in Section 25, unless
waived by the Authority based on special circumstances and in
furtherance of the purpose of the program to increase the
supply of affordable rental housing. In awarding grants under
this Section and in addition to any other requirements and
qualifications specified in this Act and by rule, the Authority
shall also consider the improvement of the geographic diversity
of the developments under this Section among the decision
criteria.
    (c) The Authority must use at least 10% of the funds
generated for the Program in any given year for grants under
this Section. In any given year, the Authority is not required
to spend the 10% of its funds that accrues in that year but may
add all or part of that 10% to the 10% allocation for
subsequent years for the purpose of funding grants under this
Section.
 
    Section 25. Criteria for awarding grants. The Authority
shall adopt rules to govern the awarding of grants and the
continuing eligibility for grants under Sections 15 and 20.
Requests for proposals under Section 20 must specify that
proposals must satisfy these rules. The rules must contain and
be consistent with, but need not be limited to, the following
criteria:
        (1) Eligibility for tenancy in the units supported by
    grants to local administering agencies must be limited to
    households with gross income at or below 30% of the median
    family income for the area in which the grant will be made.
    Fifty percent of the units that are supported by any grant
    must be set aside for households whose income is at or
    below 15% of the area median family income for the area in
    which the grant will be made, provided that local
    administering agencies may negotiate flexibility in this
    set-aside with the Authority if they demonstrate that they
    have been unable to locate sufficient tenants in this lower
    income range. Income eligibility for units supported by
    grants to local administering agencies must be verified
    annually by landlords and submitted to local administering
    agencies. Tenants must have sufficient income to be able to
    afford the tenant's share of the rent. For grants awarded
    under Section 20, eligibility for tenancy in units
    supported by grants must be limited to households with a
    gross income at or below 30% of area median family income
    for the area in which the grant will be made. Fifty percent
    of the units that are supported by any grant must be set
    aside for households whose income is at or below 15% of the
    median family income for the area in which the grant will
    be made, provided that developers may negotiate
    flexibility in this set-aside with the Authority or
    municipality as defined in subsection (b) of Section 10 if
    it demonstrates that it has been unable to locate
    sufficient tenants in this lower income range. The
    Authority shall determine what sources qualify as a
    tenant's income.
        (2) Local administering agencies must include
    2-bedroom, 3-bedroom, and 4-bedroom units among those
    intended to be supported by grants under the program. In
    grants under Section 15, the precise number of these units
    among all the units intended to be supported by a grant
    must be based on need in the community for larger units and
    other factors that the Authority specifies in rules. The
    local administering agency must specify the basis for the
    numbers of these units that are proposed for support under
    a grant. Local administering agencies must make a good
    faith effort to comply with this allocation of unit sizes.
    In grants awarded under Section 20, developers and the
    Authority or municipality, as defined in subsection (b) of
    Section 10, shall negotiate the numbers and sizes of units
    to be built in a project and supported by the grant.
        (3) Under grants awarded under Section 15, local
    administering agencies must enter into a payment contract
    with the landlord that defines the method of payment and
    must pay subsidies to landlords on a quarterly basis and in
    advance of the quarter paid for.
        (4) Local administering agencies and developers must
    specify how vacancies in units supported by a grant must be
    advertised and they must include provisions for outreach to
    local homeless shelters, organizations that work with
    people with disabilities, and others interested in
    affordable housing.
        (5) The local administering agency or developer must
    establish a schedule for the tenant's rental obligation for
    units supported by a grant. The tenant's share of the rent
    must be a flat amount, calculated annually, based on the
    size of the unit and the household's income category. In
    establishing the schedule for the tenant's rental
    obligation, the local administering agency or developer
    must use 30% of gross income within an income range as a
    guide, and it may charge an additional or lesser amount.
        (6) The amount of the subsidy provided under a grant
    for a unit must be the difference between the amount of the
    tenant's obligation and the total amount of rent for the
    unit. The total amount of rent for the unit must be
    negotiated between the local administering authority and
    the landlord under Section 15, or between the Authority or
    municipality, as defined in subsection (b) of Section 10,
    and the developer under Section 20, using comparable rents
    for units of comparable size and condition in the
    surrounding community as a guideline.
        (7) Local administering agencies and developers,
    pursuant to criteria the Authority develops in rules, must
    ensure that there are procedures in place to maintain the
    safety and habitability of units supported under grants.
    Local administering agencies must inspect units before
    supporting them under a grant awarded under Section 15.
        (8) Local administering agencies must provide or
    ensure that tenants are provided with a "bill of rights"
    with their lease setting forth local landlord-tenant laws
    and procedures and contact information for the local
    administering agency.
        (9) A local administering agency must create a plan
    detailing a process for helping to provide information,
    when necessary, on how to access education, training, and
    other supportive services to tenants living in units
    supported under the grant. The plan must be submitted as a
    part of the administering agency's proposal to the
    Authority required under Section 15.
        (10) Local administering agencies and developers may
    not use funding under the grant to develop or support
    housing that requires that a tenant has a particular
    diagnosis or type or presence of disability as a condition
    of eligibility for occupancy unless the requirement is
    mandated by another funding source for the housing.
        (11) In order to plan for periodic fluctuations in
    program revenue, the Authority shall establish by rule a
    mechanism for establishing a reserve fund and the level of
    funding that shall be held in reserve either by the
    Authority or by local administering agencies.
 
    Section 85. The State Finance Act is amended by adding
Section 5.640 as follows:
 
    (30 ILCS 105/5.640 new)
    Sec. 5.640. The Rental Housing Support Program Fund.
 
    Section 90. The Counties Code is amended by changing
Sections 3-5018 and 4-12002 as follows:
 
    (55 ILCS 5/3-5018)  (from Ch. 34, par. 3-5018)
    Sec. 3-5018. Fees. The recorder elected as provided for in
this Division shall receive such fees as are or may be provided
for him by law, in case of provision therefor: otherwise he
shall receive the same fees as are or may be provided in this
Section, except when increased by county ordinance pursuant to
the provisions of this Section, to be paid to the county clerk
for his services in the office of recorder for like services.
    For recording deeds or other instruments $12 for the first
4 pages thereof, plus $1 for each additional page thereof, plus
$1 for each additional document number therein noted. The
aggregate minimum fee for recording any one instrument shall
not be less than $12.
    For recording deeds or other instruments wherein the
premises affected thereby are referred to by document number
and not by legal description a fee of $1 in addition to that
hereinabove referred to for each document number therein noted.
    For recording assignments of mortgages, leases or liens $12
for the first 4 pages thereof, plus $1 for each additional page
thereof. However, except for leases and liens pertaining to
oil, gas and other minerals, whenever a mortgage, lease or lien
assignment assigns more than one mortgage, lease or lien
document, a $7 fee shall be charged for the recording of each
such mortgage, lease or lien document after the first one.
    For recording maps or plats of additions or subdivisions
approved by the county or municipality (including the spreading
of the same of record in map case or other proper books) or
plats of condominiums $50 for the first page, plus $1 for each
additional page thereof except that in the case of recording a
single page, legal size 8 1/2 x 14, plat of survey in which
there are no more than two lots or parcels of land, the fee
shall be $12. In each county where such maps or plats are to be
recorded, the recorder may require the same to be accompanied
by such number of exact, true and legible copies thereof as the
recorder deems necessary for the efficient conduct and
operation of his office.
    For certified copies of records the same fees as for
recording, but in no case shall the fee for a certified copy of
a map or plat of an addition, subdivision or otherwise exceed
$10.
    Each certificate of such recorder of the recording of the
deed or other writing and of the date of recording the same
signed by such recorder, shall be sufficient evidence of the
recording thereof, and such certificate including the indexing
of record, shall be furnished upon the payment of the fee for
recording the instrument, and no additional fee shall be
allowed for the certificate or indexing.
    The recorder shall charge an additional fee, in an amount
equal to the fee otherwise provided by law, for recording a
document (other than a document filed under the Plat Act or the
Uniform Commercial Code) that does not conform to the following
standards:
        (1) The document shall consist of one or more
    individual sheets measuring 8.5 inches by 11 inches, not
    permanently bound and not a continuous form. Graphic
    displays accompanying a document to be recorded that
    measure up to 11 inches by 17 inches shall be recorded
    without charging an additional fee.
        (2) The document shall be legibly printed in black ink,
    by hand, type, or computer. Signatures and dates may be in
    contrasting colors if they will reproduce clearly.
        (3) The document shall be on white paper of not less
    than 20-pound weight and shall have a clean margin of at
    least one-half inch on the top, the bottom, and each side.
    Margins may be used for non-essential notations that will
    not affect the validity of the document, including but not
    limited to form numbers, page numbers, and customer
    notations.
        (4) The first page of the document shall contain a
    blank space, measuring at least 3 inches by 5 inches, from
    the upper right corner.
        (5) The document shall not have any attachment stapled
    or otherwise affixed to any page.
A document that does not conform to these standards shall not
be recorded except upon payment of the additional fee required
under this paragraph. This paragraph, as amended by this
amendatory Act of 1995, applies only to documents dated after
the effective date of this amendatory Act of 1995.
    The county board of any county may provide for an
additional charge of $3 for filing every instrument, paper, or
notice for record, (1) in order to defray the cost of
converting the county recorder's document storage system to
computers or micrographics and (2) in order to defray the cost
of providing access to records through the global information
system known as the Internet.
    A special fund shall be set up by the treasurer of the
county and such funds collected pursuant to Public Act 83-1321
shall be used (1) for a document storage system to provide the
equipment, materials and necessary expenses incurred to help
defray the costs of implementing and maintaining such a
document records system and (2) for a system to provide
electronic access to those records.
    The county board of any county that provides and maintains
a countywide map through a Geographic Information System (GIS)
may provide for an additional charge of $3 for filing every
instrument, paper, or notice for record (1) in order to defray
the cost of implementing or maintaining the county's Geographic
Information System and (2) in order to defray the cost of
providing electronic access to the county's Geographic
Information System records. Of that amount, $2 must be
deposited into a special fund set up by the treasurer of the
county, and any moneys collected pursuant to this amendatory
Act of the 91st General Assembly and deposited into that fund
must be used solely for the equipment, materials, and necessary
expenses incurred in implementing and maintaining a Geographic
Information System and in order to defray the cost of providing
electronic access to the county's Geographic Information
System records. The remaining $1 must be deposited into the
recorder's special funds created under Section 3-5005.4. The
recorder may, in his or her discretion, use moneys in the funds
created under Section 3-5005.4 to defray the cost of
implementing or maintaining the county's Geographic
Information System and to defray the cost of providing
electronic access to the county's Geographic Information
System records.
    The recorder shall collect a $10 Rental Housing Support
Program State surcharge for the recordation of any real
estate-related document. Payment of the Rental Housing Support
Program State surcharge shall be evidenced by a receipt that
shall be marked upon or otherwise affixed to the real
estate-related document by the recorder. The form of this
receipt shall be prescribed by the Department of Revenue and
the receipts shall be issued by the Department of Revenue to
each county recorder.
    The recorder shall not collect the Rental Housing Support
Program State surcharge from any State agency, any unit of
local government or any school district.
    One dollar of each surcharge shall be retained by the
county in which it was collected. This dollar shall be
deposited into the county's general revenue fund. Fifty cents
of that amount shall be used for the costs of administering the
Rental Housing Support Program State surcharge and any other
lawful expenditures for the operation of the office of the
recorder and may not be appropriated or expended for any other
purpose. The amounts available to the recorder for expenditure
from the surcharge shall not offset or reduce any other county
appropriations or funding for the office of the recorder.
    On the 15th day of each month, each county recorder shall
report to the Department of Revenue, on a form prescribed by
the Department, the number of real estate-related documents
recorded for which the Rental Housing Support Program State
surcharge was collected. Each recorder shall submit $9 of each
surcharge collected in the preceding month to the Department of
Revenue and the Department shall deposit these amounts in the
Rental Housing Support Program Fund. Subject to appropriation,
amounts in the Fund may be expended only for the purpose of
funding and administering the Rental Housing Support Program.
    For purposes of this Section, "real estate-related
document" means that term as it is defined in Section 7 of the
Rental Housing Support Program Act.
    The foregoing fees allowed by this Section are the maximum
fees that may be collected from any officer, agency, department
or other instrumentality of the State. The county board may,
however, by ordinance, increase the fees allowed by this
Section and collect such increased fees from all persons and
entities other than officers, agencies, departments and other
instrumentalities of the State if the increase is justified by
an acceptable cost study showing that the fees allowed by this
Section are not sufficient to cover the cost of providing the
service. Regardless of any other provision in this Section, the
maximum fee that may be collected from the Department of
Revenue for filing or indexing a lien, certificate of lien
release or subordination, or any other type of notice or other
documentation affecting or concerning a lien is $5. Regardless
of any other provision in this Section, the maximum fee that
may be collected from the Department of Revenue for indexing
each additional name in excess of one for any lien, certificate
of lien release or subordination, or any other type of notice
or other documentation affecting or concerning a lien is $1.
    A statement of the costs of providing each service, program
and activity shall be prepared by the county board. All
supporting documents shall be public record and subject to
public examination and audit. All direct and indirect costs, as
defined in the United States Office of Management and Budget
Circular A-87, may be included in the determination of the
costs of each service, program and activity.
(Source: P.A. 92-16, eff. 6-28-01; 92-492, eff. 1-1-02; 93-256,
eff. 7-22-03.)
 
    (55 ILCS 5/4-12002)   (from Ch. 34, par. 4-12002)
    Sec. 4-12002. Fees of recorder in third class counties. The
fees of the recorder in counties of the third class for
recording deeds or other instruments in writing and maps of
plats of additions, subdivisions or otherwise, and for
certifying copies of records, shall be paid in advance and
shall be as follows:
    For recording deeds or other instruments $20 for the first
2 pages thereof, plus $2 for each additional page thereof. The
aggregate minimum fee for recording any one instrument shall
not be less than $20.
    For recording deeds or other instruments wherein the
premises affected thereby are referred to by document number
and not by legal description the recorder shall charge a fee of
$4 in addition to that hereinabove referred to for each
document number therein noted.
    For recording deeds or other instruments wherein more than
one tract, parcel or lot is described and such additional
tract, or tracts, parcel or parcels, lot or lots is or are
described therein as falling in a separate or different
addition or subdivision the recorder shall charge as an
additional fee, to that herein provided, the sum of $2 for each
additional addition or subdivision referred to in such deed or
instrument.
    For recording maps or plats of additions, subdivisions or
otherwise (including the spreading of the same of record in
well bound books) $100 plus $2 for each tract, parcel or lot
contained therein.
    For certified copies of records the same fees as for
recording, but in no case shall the fee for a certified copy of
a map or plat of an addition, subdivision or otherwise exceed
$200.
    For non-certified copies of records, an amount not to
exceed one half of the amount provided herein for certified
copies, according to a standard scale of fees, established by
county ordinance and made public.
    For filing of each release of any chattel mortgage or trust
deed which has been filed but not recorded and for indexing the
same in the book to be kept for that purpose $10.
    For processing the sworn or affirmed statement required for
filing a deed or assignment of a beneficial interest in a land
trust in accordance with Section 3-5020 of this Code, $2.
    The recorder shall charge an additional fee, in an amount
equal to the fee otherwise provided by law, for recording a
document (other than a document filed under the Plat Act or the
Uniform Commercial Code) that does not conform to the following
standards:
        (1) The document shall consist of one or more
    individual sheets measuring 8.5 inches by 11 inches, not
    permanently bound and not a continuous form. Graphic
    displays accompanying a document to be recorded that
    measure up to 11 inches by 17 inches shall be recorded
    without charging an additional fee.
        (2) The document shall be legibly printed in black ink,
    by hand, type, or computer. Signatures and dates may be in
    contrasting colors if they will reproduce clearly.
        (3) The document shall be on white paper of not less
    than 20-pound weight and shall have a clean margin of at
    least one-half inch on the top, the bottom, and each side.
    Margins may be used only for non-essential notations that
    will not affect the validity of the document, including but
    not limited to form numbers, page numbers, and customer
    notations.
        (4) The first page of the document shall contain a
    blank space, measuring at least 3 inches by 5 inches, from
    the upper right corner.
        (5) The document shall not have any attachment stapled
    or otherwise affixed to any page.
A document that does not conform to these standards shall not
be recorded except upon payment of the additional fee required
under this paragraph. This paragraph, as amended by this
amendatory Act of 1995, applies only to documents dated after
the effective date of this amendatory Act of 1995.
    The recorder shall collect a $10 Rental Housing Support
Program State surcharge for the recordation of any real
estate-related document. Payment of the Rental Housing Support
Program State surcharge shall be evidenced by a receipt that
shall be marked upon or otherwise affixed to the real
estate-related document by the recorder. The form of this
receipt shall be prescribed by the Department of Revenue and
the receipts shall be issued by the Department of Revenue to
each county recorder.
    The recorder shall not collect the Rental Housing Support
Program State surcharge from any State agency, any unit of
local government or any school district.
    One dollar of each surcharge shall be retained by the
county in which it was collected. This dollar shall be
deposited into the county's general revenue fund. Fifty cents
of that amount shall be used for the costs of administering the
Rental Housing Support Program State surcharge and any other
lawful expenditures for the operation of the office of the
recorder and may not be appropriated or expended for any other
purpose. The amounts available to the recorder for expenditure
from the surcharge shall not offset or reduce any other county
appropriations or funding for the office of the recorder.
    On the 15th day of each month, each county recorder shall
report to the Department of Revenue, on a form prescribed by
the Department, the number of real estate-related documents
recorded for which the Rental Housing Support Program State
surcharge was collected. Each recorder shall submit $9 of each
surcharge collected in the preceding month to the Department of
Revenue and the Department shall deposit these amounts in the
Rental Housing Support Program Fund. Subject to appropriation,
amounts in the Fund may be expended only for the purpose of
funding and administering the Rental Housing Support Program.
    For purposes of this Section, "real estate-related
document" means that term as it is defined in Section 7 of the
Rental Housing Support Program Act.
    The fee requirements of this Section apply to units of
local government and school districts.
    Regardless of any other provision in this Section, the
maximum fee that may be collected from the Department of
Revenue for filing or indexing a lien, certificate of lien
release or subordination, or any other type of notice or other
documentation affecting or concerning a lien is $5. Regardless
of any other provision in this Section, the maximum fee that
may be collected from the Department of Revenue for indexing
each additional name in excess of one for any lien, certificate
of lien release or subordination, or any other type of notice
or other documentation affecting or concerning a lien is $1.
(Source: P.A. 92-492, eff. 1-1-02; 93-671, eff. 6-1-04.)
 
    Section 99. Effective date. This Act takes effect July 1,
2005.

Effective Date: 7/5/2005