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815 ILCS 645/9

    (815 ILCS 645/9) (from Ch. 29, par. 59)
    Sec. 9. General provisions.
    (a) All contracts for basic physical fitness services which may be in effect between the same center and the same customer, the terms of which overlap for any period, shall be considered as one contract for the purposes of this Act. No physical fitness center may sell, induce, or permit any purchaser of basic physical fitness services to become obligated directly or contingently under more than one contract for services at the same time for purposes of avoiding the provisions of this Act.
    (b) Any waiver by the customer of the provisions of this Act shall be void and unenforceable.
    (c) Any contract for physical fitness services which does not comply with the applicable provisions of this Act shall be void and unenforceable.
    (d) If any court finds, as a matter of law, that a contract or any provision thereof was unconscionable when made, the court may refuse to enforce the contract, enforce the remainder of the contract without the unconscionable provision, or limit the application of any unconscionable provision to avoid an unconscionable result.
(Source: P.A. 94-687, eff. 11-3-05.)