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225 ILCS 605/20.5

    (225 ILCS 605/20.5)
    Sec. 20.5. Administrative fines. The following administrative fines may be imposed by the Department upon any person or entity who violates any provision of this Act or any rule adopted by the Department under this Act:
        (1) For the first violation, a fine of $1,000.
        (2) For a second violation that occurs within 2
    
years after the first violation, a fine of $2,500.
        (3) For a third violation that occurs within 2 years
    
after the first violation, mandatory probationary status and a fine of $3,000.
    If a person or entity fails or refuses to pay an administrative fine authorized by this Section, the Department may prohibit that person or entity from renewing a license under this Act until the fine is paid in full. Any penalty of $500 or more not paid within 120 days of issuance by the Department shall be submitted to the Department of Revenue for collection as provided under the Illinois State Collection Act of 1986.
(Source: P.A. 101-295, eff. 8-9-19.)