(215 ILCS 5/1600)
(a) The Director shall have the power to examine any applicant or any person licensed or registered pursuant to this Article.
(b) Every person being examined and its officers, directors, and members must provide to the Director convenient and free access, at all reasonable hours, to all books, records, documents, and other papers relating to its public adjusting affairs. The officers, directors, members, and employees must facilitate and aid in such examinations so far as it is in their power to do so.
(c) Examiners may be designated by the Director. Such examiners shall make their reports to the Director pursuant to this Section. Any report alleging substantive violations shall be in writing and shall be based upon the facts ascertained from the books, records, documents, papers, and other evidence obtained by the examiners or ascertained from the testimony of the officers, directors, members, or other individuals examined under oath or ascertained by notarized affidavits received by the examiners. The reports shall be verified by the examiners.
(Source: P.A. 96-1332, eff. 1-1-11.)