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§ 23-1.13a. If any of the powers or duties to be exercised or performed by the Supreme Court under Sections 23-1.1a through 23-1.12a may not constitutionally be exercised or performed by the Supreme Court by reason of jurisdictional limitations, then Sections 23-1.1a through 23-1.12a shall nonetheless continue to govern contests of elections for elected officers provided for in Article V of the Constitution, and in such event the Supreme Court shall, pursuant to its general administrative and supervisory powers, assign to a circuit court those adjudicatory powers and duties with respect to such a contest as may not be exercised or performed by the Supreme Court, subject to appropriate judicial review.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Illinois Statutes Chapter 10. Elections § 5/23-1.13a. Supreme Court; jurisdictional limitations - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/il/chapter-10-elections/il-st-sect-10-5-23-1-13a/
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