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Illinois Statutes Chapter 735. Civil Procedure §-1401.Orders to Take Into Custody

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??12-1401. ?Orders to Take Into Custody. ?In any civil case where an order issues to take any person into custody for any reason, the order shall contain, if known, the name, date of birth, sex, physical description, and last known address of the person to be taken into custody. ?It shall also contain a statement of the reason the person is to be taken into custody and the date of issuance. ?However, nothing herein shall impose a duty upon the court to discern or seek out any of the information relating to the date of birth, sex, physical description, or last known address of the person to be taken into custody which is not provided by a litigant. ?Moreover, no order is invalid by reason of its failure to contain any of the information specified herein except as otherwise required by law.

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