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Illinois Statutes Chapter 735. Civil Procedure §-106.Transfer

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??2-106. ?Transfer. ?(a)?Transfer for wrong venue. ?If a motion to transfer is allowed on the ground that the action was commenced in a wrong venue, the cause shall be transferred to the court in a proper venue, subject to any equitable terms and conditions that may be prescribed.

(b)?Method of transfer. ?The clerk of the court from which a transfer is granted shall immediately certify and transmit to the clerk of the court to which the transfer is ordered the originals of all papers filed in the case together with copies of all orders entered therein. ?In the event of a severance, certified copies of papers filed and orders entered shall be transmitted. ?The clerk of the court to which the transfer is ordered shall file the papers and transcript transmitted to him or her and docket the case, and the action shall proceed and be determined as if it had originated in that court.

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