(5 ILCS 312/3-104) (from Ch. 102, par. 203-104)
    Sec. 3-104. Maximum Fee.
    (a) Except as provided in subsection (b) of this Section, the maximum fee in this State is $1.00 for any notarial act performed and, until July 1, 2018, up to $25 for any notarial act performed pursuant to Section 3-102.
    (b) Fees for a notary public, agency, or any other person who is not an attorney or an accredited representative filling out immigration forms shall be limited to the following:
        (1) $10 per form completion;
        (2) $10 per page for the translation of a non-English
    
language into English where such translation is required for immigration forms;
        (3) $1 for notarizing;
        (4) $3 to execute any procedures necessary to obtain
    
a document required to complete immigration forms; and
        (5) A maximum of $75 for one complete application.
    Fees authorized under this subsection shall not include application fees required to be submitted with immigration applications.
    Any person who violates the provisions of this subsection shall be guilty of a Class A misdemeanor for a first offense and a Class 3 felony for a second or subsequent offense committed within 5 years of a previous conviction for the same offense.
    (c) Upon his own information or upon complaint of any person, the Attorney General or any State's Attorney, or their designee, may maintain an action for injunctive relief in the court against any notary public or any other person who violates the provisions of subsection (b) of this Section. These remedies are in addition to, and not in substitution for, other available remedies.
    If the Attorney General or any State's Attorney fails to bring an action as provided pursuant to this subsection within 90 days of receipt of a complaint, any person may file a civil action to enforce the provisions of this subsection and maintain an action for injunctive relief.
    (d) All notaries public must provide receipts and keep records for fees accepted for services provided. Failure to provide receipts and keep records that can be presented as evidence of no wrongdoing shall be construed as a presumptive admission of allegations raised in complaints against the notary for violations related to accepting prohibited fees.
(Source: P.A. 98-29, eff. 6-21-13.)