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Illinois Statutes Chapter 20. Executive Branch § 608/10. Executive Office

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§ 10. Executive Office. There is created an Office of Business Permits and Regulatory Assistance (hereinafter referred to as “office”) within the Department of Commerce and Community Affairs (now Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity) which shall consolidate existing programs throughout State government, provide assistance to businesses with fewer than 500 employees in meeting State requirements for doing business and perform other functions specified in this Act. By March 1, 1994, the office shall complete and file with the Governor and the General Assembly a plan for the implementation of this Act. Thereafter, the office shall carry out the provisions of this Act, subject to funding through appropriation.

(a) The commissioner may informally dispose of a matter under this subchapter by consent order, agreed settlement, stipulation, or default.

(b) An informal disposition may include a provision under which the holder of the authorization agrees to a sanction under this subchapter with the express reservation that:

(1) the holder does not admit a violation of this code or of a rule;  and

(2) the existence of a violation is in dispute.

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