Illinois Statutes Chapter 745. Civil Immunities

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  • Act 5. State Lawsuit Immunity Act
  • Act 10. Local Governmental and Governmental Employees Tort Immunity Act
  • Act 15. County Engineer and Highway Superintendent Liability Act
  • Act 19. Public and Appellate Defender Immunity Act
  • Act 22. Federal Law Enforcement Officer Immunity Act
  • Act 25. Tort Liability of Schools Act
  • Act 30. Abortion Performance Refusal Act
  • Act 35. Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Intervenor and Reporter Immunity Law
  • Act 38. Baseball Facility Liability Act
  • Act 40. Blood and Organ Transaction Liability Act
  • Act 41. Bowling Center Act
  • Act 43. Illinois Commonsense Consumption Act
  • Act 45. Communicable Disease Report Act
  • Act 46. Employment Record Disclosure Act
  • Act 47. Equine Activity Liability Act
  • Act 48. Illinois Financial Institutions Year 2000 Safety and Soundness Act
  • Act 49. Good Samaritan Act
  • Act 50. Good Samaritan Food Donor Act
  • Act 51. Good Samaritan Medical Equipment Donor Act
  • Act 52. Hockey Facility Liability Act
  • Act 54. Interscholastic Association Defamation Act
  • Act 55. Long-Term Care Peer Review and Quality Assessment and Assurance Protection Act
  • Act 60. Real Estate Investment Trust Act
  • Act 65. Recreational Use of Land and Water Areas Act
  • Act 67. State of Illinois Recreational Use of Leased Land Act
  • Act 70. Health Care Right of Conscience Act
  • Act 72. Roller Skating Rink Safety Act
  • Act 75. Snow and Ice Removal Act
  • Act 80. Sports Volunteer Immunity Act

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