§ 49. The provisions of this Act, insofar as they are the same or substantially the same
as those of any prior law concerning the licensure of land surveyors, shall be construed
as a continuation of such prior law and not as a new enactment.
Any existing injunction or temporary restraining order validly obtained under the
Illinois Land Surveyors Act 1 which prohibits the unlicensed practice of land surveying or prohibits or requires
any other conduct in connection with the practice of land surveying, or any disciplinary
action begun under the Illinois Land Surveyors Act are not invalidated by the enactment
of this Act and shall continue to have full force and effect on and after the effective
date of this Act. All certificates of registration and enrollments in effect on December 31, 1989
issued pursuant to the Illinois Land Surveyors Act are reinstated under this Act for
the balance of the term for which last issued. All rules and regulations in effect on December 31, 1989 and promulgated pursuant
to the Illinois Land Surveyors Act shall remain in full force and effect on and after
the effective date of this Act without being promulgated again by the Department,
except to the extent any such rule or regulation is inconsistent with any provision
of this Act.
Former Ill.Rev.Stat. ch. 111, ¶ 3201 et seq. (repealed; see, now, 225 ILCS 330/1
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