(805 ILCS 105/112.60) (from Ch. 32, par. 112.60)
    Sec. 112.60. Practice in actions for judicial dissolution or removal and for alternative remedies. (a) The practice in actions for judicial dissolution or removal shall be the same as in other civil actions except as may be otherwise provided in this Act. Every action for judicial dissolution or removal shall be commenced in the Circuit Court of the county in which either the registered office or principal office of the corporation is located. Summons shall issue and be served as in other civil actions.
    (b) In an action brought by the Attorney General under subsection (a) of Section 112.50 of this Act, if process is returned not found, the Attorney General shall cause publication to be made as in other civil actions in a newspaper of general circulation published in the county in which the action is filed. The publication shall contain a notice of the pendency of such action, the title of the court, the title of the case, and the date on or after which default may be entered. The Attorney General may include in one notice the names of any number of corporations against which actions are then pending in the same court. The Attorney General shall cause a copy of such notice to be mailed to the corporation at its registered office within 10 days after the first publication thereof. The certificate of the Attorney General of the mailing of such notice shall be prima facie evidence thereof. Such notice shall be published at least once each week for two consecutive weeks and the first publication thereof may begin at any time after summons has been returned. Unless a corporation shall have been served with summons, no default shall be taken against it earlier than 30 days after the first publication of such notice.
    (c) It is not necessary to make members of the corporation sought to be judicially dissolved parties to any such action or proceeding unless relief is sought against them personally. The court, in its discretion, may order that the members be made parties.
    (d) The circuit court in an action for judicial dissolution may issue injunctions, appoint an interim receiver with such powers and duties as the court, from time to time, may direct, and take such other action as is necessary or desirable to preserve the corporate assets and carry on the affairs of the corporation until a full hearing can be had.
    (e) Upon a hearing and after finding that grounds for judicial dissolution exist, and after such notice as the court may direct to be given to all parties to the proceeding and to any other parties in interest designated by the court, the court may appoint a liquidating receiver or receivers with authority to collect the assets of the corporation, including all amounts owing to the corporation by members. Such liquidating receiver shall have authority, subject to order of court, to sell, convey, and dispose of all or any part of the assets of the corporation, either at public or private sale, and to take such other action as is necessary to wind up and liquidate the corporation's affairs under Section 112.30 of this Act and to notify known claimants under Section 112.75 of this Act. The order appointing such liquidating receiver shall state his or her powers and duties. Such powers and duties may be increased or diminished at any time during the proceedings.
    (f) A receiver of a corporation appointed under the provisions of this Section shall have authority to sue and defend in all courts in his or her own name as receiver of such corporation.
    (g) A receiver shall in all cases be a resident of this State or a corporation authorized to act as receiver, which corporation may be a domestic corporation or a foreign corporation authorized to conduct affairs in this State, and shall give such bond as the court may direct with such sureties as the court may require.
    (h) During the pendency of the action, the court may redesignate a receiver as a custodian, or a custodian as a receiver, if such would be to the general advantage of the corporation or its creditors.
    (i) The court shall allow reasonable compensation to the receiver for services rendered and reimbursement or direct payment of reasonable expenses from the assets of the corporation or the proceeds of sale of the assets.
    (j) The assets of the corporation or the proceeds resulting from a sale, conveyance, or other disposition thereof shall be applied and distributed as follows:
    (1) All costs and expenses of the court proceedings and all liabilities and obligations of the corporation shall be paid, satisfied and discharged, or adequate provision shall be made therefor;
    (2) Assets held by the corporation upon condition requiring return, transfer or conveyance, which condition occurs by reason of the dissolution or liquidation, shall be returned, transferred or conveyed in accordance with such requirements;
    (3) Assets held for a charitable, religious, eleemosynary, benevolent, educational or similar use, but not held upon a condition requiring return, transfer or conveyance by reason of the dissolution or liquidation, shall be transferred or conveyed to one or more domestic or foreign corporations, societies or organizations engaged in activities substantially similar to those of the dissolving or liquidating corporation as the court may direct;
    (4) To the extent that the articles of incorporation or the bylaws determine the distributive rights of members, or any class or classes of members, or provide for distribution to others, other assets, if any, shall be distributed in accordance with such provisions;
    (5) Any remaining assets may be distributed to such persons, societies, organizations or domestic or foreign corporations, whether for profit or not for profit, specified in the plan of distribution adopted as provided in this Act, or where no plan of distribution has been adopted, as the court may direct.
(Source: P.A. 84-1423.)