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(425 ILCS 25/9e)
(from Ch. 127 1/2, par. 14)
Penalties; concurrent jurisdiction.
A willful failure, neglect, or refusal to comply (1) with the
order of the Office
or other officers after it
has become final by reason of failure to prosecute an appeal as provided
by this Act, or (2) with the judgment of the circuit court sustaining or
modifying the order of the Office is a petty offense, and in the
event of a continuance of such willful failure, neglect, or refusal to
comply with such order, each day's continuance is a separate offense.
The provisions of Sections 9, 9a, 9b, and 9e shall not be
construed to affect or repeal any ordinances of any local authority having jurisdiction
relating to building inspection, fire limits, fire prevention, or safety
standards, but the jurisdiction of the Office of the State Fire Marshal shall,
in such local authorities having jurisdiction, be concurrent with that of the local
authorities having jurisdiction.
(Source: P.A. 101-82, eff. 1-1-20