(210 ILCS 45/3-515) (from Ch. 111 1/2, par. 4153-515)
    Sec. 3-515. The court may terminate a receivership:
        (a) If the time period specified in the order
appointing the receiver elapses and is not extended;
        (b) If the court determines that the receivership is
no longer necessary because the conditions which gave rise to the receivership no longer exist; or the Department grants the facility a new license, whether the structure of the facility, the right to operate the facility, or the land on which it is located is under the same or different ownership; or
        (c) If all of the residents in the facility have been
transferred or discharged.
    Before terminating a receivership, the court may order the Department to require any licensee to comply with the recommendations of the receiver made under subsection (k) of Section 3-508. A licensee may petition the court to be relieved of this requirement.
(Source: P.A. 87-549.)