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225 ILCS 217/82
(225 ILCS 217/82)
(Section scheduled to be repealed on January 1, 2028)
Investigations or records.
The State Fire Marshal may investigate the actions or statements of any candidate or applicant or any person, firm, association, or corporation holding or claiming to hold a license under this Act. Before revoking, suspending, reprimanding, or taking any other disciplinary action permitted under this Act, the State Fire Marshal may issue a citation, refer the matter for prosecution, or institute formal charges as provided for in this Act.
All licensees under this Act shall maintain records of any service performed under this Act for a period of not less than 3 years. These records shall include, at minimum, the name and license number, if available, of any individual who performs service of fire equipment under this Act, the date of service, location of service, and class of fire equipment serviced.
A copy of all files, documents, records, data, or other information, including those that are electronically stored, relevant to the service of fire equipment under this Act or the activities of a licensee under this Act, shall be made available to the Office within 15 days of request by the Office, unless the Office agrees to an extension of that period.
The failure or refusal to make these records available shall be grounds for disciplinary action.
(Source: P.A. 102-715, eff. 4-29-22.)