(215 ILCS 5/523) (from Ch. 73, par. 1065.70)
    Sec. 523. Definitions.) (1) "Basic Property Insurance" means the coverage against direct loss to real or tangible personal property at a fixed location provided in the Standard Fire Policy and Extended Coverage Endorsement and such vandalism and malicious mischief or such other classes of insurance as may be added with respect to the property by the Industry Placement Facility with the approval of the Director, except insurance on automobile, farm and manufacturing risks and it shall include homeowners insurance.
    (2) "Homeowners Insurance" means the personal multi-peril property coverages commonly known as Homeowners Insurance.
    (3) "Inspection Bureau(s)" means the organization or organizations designated by the Industry Placement Facility with the approval of the Director to make inspections to determine the condition of the properties for which basic property insurance is sought and to perform such other duties as may be authorized by the Industry Placement Facility;
    (4) "Industry Placement Facility" or "Facility" means the organization formed by insurers licensed to write and engaged in writing basic property insurance (including multi-peril policies) within the State of Illinois to assist applicants in urban areas in securing basic property insurance and to formulate and administer a program for the equitable apportionment among such insurers of such basic property insurance.
    (5) "Urban Area" means any community having a blighted, deteriorated or deteriorating area which the Facility has designated with the approval of the Director, or which the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has approved for an urban renewal project after a local public agency has been formed in the community to avail itself of a U.S. Housing and Urban Renewal Program, or which the Director of Insurance has designated.
    (6) "Premiums Written" means the gross direct premiums charged with respect to property in this State on all policies of basic property insurance and the basic property insurance premium components of all multi-peril policies less return premiums, dividends paid or credited to policyholders, or the unused or unabsorbed portions of premium deposits.
(Source: P.A. 80-1365.)