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Legal Newspaper

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One of the last remaining "legal"
newspaper publishers in Cook, DuPage and Kane Counties.

Our Total Circulation is now over 37,500.

Papers are circulated weekly through:

Bartlett, Cook, DuPage and Kane Counties

Carol Stream, DuPage County

Hanover Park, Cook and DuPage Counties

South Elgin, Kane County

Streamwood, Cook County

Wayne, DuPage and Kane Counties

 

Illinois Compiled Statutes are from the llinois General Assembly web site.

NOTICES
(715 ILCS 10/) Newspaper Legal Notice Act.

(715 ILCS 5/) Notice By Publication Act.

(715 ILCS 15/) Legal Advertising Rate Act.

 

715 ILCS 10/) Newspaper Legal Notice Act.
(715 ILCS 10/0.01) (from Ch. 100, par. 9.9)
Sec. 0.01. Short title. This Act may be cited as the Newspaper Legal Notice Act.
(Source: P.A. 86-1324.)

(715 ILCS 10/1) (from Ch. 100, par. 10)
Sec. 1.
Whenever it is required by law that any legal notice or publication shall be published in a newspaper in this State, it shall be held to mean a newspaper
(a) which consists of not less than 4 pages of printed matter and contains at least 100 square inches of printed matter per page; and
(b) which is printed through the use of one of the conventional and generally recognized printing processes such as letterpress, lithography or gravure; and
(c) which annually averages at least 25% news content per issue; or which annually averages at least 1,000 column inches of news content per issue, the term "news content" meaning for the purposes of this Act any printed matter other than advertising; and
(d) which publishes miscellaneous reading matter, legal or other announcements and notices, and news and information concerning current happenings and passing events of a political, social, religious, commercial, financial or legal nature, and advertisements or bulletins; and
(e) which has been continuously published at regular intervals of at least once each week with a minimum of 50 issues per year, for at least one year prior to the first publication of the notice; or which is a successor to a newspaper as herein defined with no interruption of publication of more than 30 days; or which is a merged or consolidated newspaper formed by the merger or consolidation of two or more newspapers, one of which has been continuously published at regular intervals of at least once each week with a minimum of 50 issues per year for at least one year prior to the first publication of the notice. A newspaper shall be considered as continuously or regularly published although its publication has been suspended, where such suspension was caused by fire or an Act of God or by a labor dispute or by its owner, publisher, managing editor or other essential employee entering the active military service of the United States, if the newspaper was continuously or regularly published for at least one year prior to its suspension and if its publication is resumed at any time not later than 12 months after such fire or Act of God, or if its publication is resumed at any time within 12 months after the termination of the labor dispute, or if its publication is resumed at any time within 12 months after the termination of the war in connection with which such persons entered such military service.
(Source: Laws 1959, p. 1496.)

(715 ILCS 10/2) (from Ch. 100, par. 10.1)
Sec. 2.
When any legal notice is required by law to be published in any newspaper, such notice shall include the printing of such notice in the total circulation of each edition on the date of publication of the newspaper in which the notice is published.
(Source: P. A. 78-673.)

 

715 ILCS 5/) Notice By Publication Act.
(715 ILCS 5/0.01) (from Ch. 100, par. 0.01)
Sec. 0.01. Short title. This Act may be cited as the Notice By Publication Act.
(Source: P.A. 86-1324.)

(715 ILCS 5/1) (from Ch. 100, par. 1)
Sec. 1. When any notice shall be required by law, or the order of court, or by any contract, to be published in any newspaper, and no other mode of proving the same is provided, the certificate of the publisher, by himself or his authorized agent, with a written or printed copy of such notice annexed, stating the number of times which the same shall have been published, and the dates of the first and last papers containing the same, shall be sufficient evidence of the publication therein set forth. The certificate shall also contain the further certificate of the publisher, by himself or his authorized agent, stating that the newspaper is a newspaper as hereinafter defined.
(Source: Laws 1959, p. 1494.)

(715 ILCS 5/2) (from Ch. 100, par. 2)
Sec. 2.
Whenever an officer of a court, unit of local government, or school district is required by law to give notice by publication in a newspaper which is published in a particular unit of local government or school district, he shall, if there is no newspaper which is published in the unit of local government or school district, give notice by publication in a newspaper published in the county in which the unit of local government or school district is located and having general circulation within the unit of local government or school district.
(Source: P. A. 78-425.)

(715 ILCS 5/3) (from Ch. 100, par. 3)
Sec. 3. Whenever notice is required by law, or order of court, and the number of publications is not specified, it shall be intended that the same be published for three successive weeks.
(Source: R.S. 1874, p. 723.)

(715 ILCS 5/3.1) (from Ch. 100, par. 3.1)
Sec. 3.1. When any notice is required by law, or order of court, to be published in any newspaper, publication of such notice shall include the printing of such notice in the total circulation of each edition on the date of publication of the newspaper in which the notice is published.
(Source: P.A. 83-1483.)

(715 ILCS 5/4) (from Ch. 100, par. 4)
Sec. 4. When any notice is required by law or order of court, or any contract, and it is not otherwise provided, it shall be sufficient to publish the same in a weekly newspaper.
(Source: P.A. 85-253.)

(715 ILCS 5/5) (from Ch. 100, par. 5)
Sec. 5. When any notice is required by law or contract to be published in a newspaper (unless otherwise expressly provided in the contract), it shall be intended to be in a secular newspaper of general circulation, published in the city, town or county, or some newspaper specially authorized by law to publish legal notices, in the city, town, or county. Unless otherwise expressly provided in the contract, the term "newspaper" means a newspaper
(a) which consists of not less than 4 pages of printed matter and contains at least 130 square inches of printed matter per page; and
(b) which is printed through the use of one of the conventional and generally recognized printing processes such as letterpress, lithography or gravure; and
(c) which annually averages at least 25% news content per issue; or which annually averages at least 1,000 column inches of news content per issue, the term "news content" meaning for the purposes of this Act any printed matter other than advertising; and
(d) which publishes miscellaneous reading matter, legal or other announcements and notices, and news and information concerning current happenings and passing events of a political, social, religious, commercial, financial or legal nature, and advertisements or bulletins; and
(e) which has been continuously published at regular intervals of at least once each week with a minimum of 50 issues per year, for at least one year prior to the first publication of the notice; or which is a successor to a newspaper as herein defined with no interruption of publication of more than 30 days; or which is a merged or consolidated newspaper formed by the merger or consolidation of two or more newspapers, one of which has been continuously published at regular intervals of at least once each week with a minimum of 50 issues per year, for at least one year prior to the first publication of the notice. A newspaper shall be considered as continuously or regularly published although its publication has been suspended, where such suspension was caused by fire or an Act of God or by a labor dispute or by its owner, publisher, managing editor or other essential employee entering the active military service of the United States, if the newspaper was continuously or regularly published for at least one year prior to its suspension and if its publication is resumed at any time not later than 12 months after such fire or Act of God, or if its publication is resumed at any time within 12 months after the termination of the labor dispute, or if its publication is resumed at any time within 12 months after the termination of the war in connection with which such persons entered such military service.
(Source: Laws 1959, p. 1494.)

(715 ILCS 5/6) (from Ch. 100, par. 6)
Sec. 6. In computing the time for which any notice is to be given, whether required by law, order of court or contract, the first day shall be excluded and the last included, unless the last is Sunday, and then it also shall be excluded.
(Source: R.S. 1874, p. 723.)

(715 ILCS 5/7) (from Ch. 100, par. 7)
Sec. 7. When any notice relating to any cause, matter or thing depending in any court, shall have been duly published, it may be paid for by the party at whose instance the same was published, and the expense, or so much thereof as shall be deemed reasonable, may be taxed as costs, or otherwise allowed in the course of the proceedings to which such notice shall relate.
(Source: P.A. 79-1358.)

(715 ILCS 5/8) (from Ch. 100, par. 8)
Sec. 8. When any notice shall be required by law to be published by a public officer in relation to public business, in pursuance of law, the reasonable expense thereof shall be allowed and paid out of the state or county treasury, as the case may require.
(Source: R.S. 1874, p. 723.)

(715 ILCS 5/9) (from Ch. 100, par. 8.1)
Sec. 9. When any notice required by law sets forth the legal description of real property, the notice shall also designate the street address of the property, or, if there is no street address applicable to the property, shall describe the property with reference to location, ownership or occupancy or in some other manner that will reasonably identify the property to residents of the neighborhood. In the event of a conflict between the legal description and any other description required by this Section the legal description shall control. No notice under this Section is invalid if the legal description is correct.
This Section does not apply to any publication or other notice pursuant to the Revenue Act of 1939 or its successor provisions included in the Property Tax Code.
(Source: P.A. 88-670, eff. 12-2-94.)

(715 ILCS 5/10) (from Ch. 100, par. 8.2)
Sec. 10.
Laws which require notice to be published or posted by a municipality or a county or an officer of a municipality or county shall apply to municipalities and counties which are home rule units as well as municipalities and counties which are not home rule units. Any home rule unit may enact an ordinance prescribing more stringent requirements binding upon itself which would serve to give further notice to the public.
(Source: P. A. 78-458.)

 

(715 ILCS 15/) Legal Advertising Rate Act.
(715 ILCS 15/0.01) (from Ch. 100, par. 10.9)
Sec. 0.01. Short title. This Act may be cited as the Legal Advertising Rate Act.
(Source: P.A. 86-1324.)

(715 ILCS 15/1) (from Ch. 100, par. 11)
Sec. 1. When any notice, advertisement, proclamation, statement, proposal, ordinance or proceedings of an official body or board or any other matter or material is required by law or by the order or rule of any court to be published in any newspaper, the face of type in which such publication shall be made shall be not smaller than the body type used in the classified advertising in the newspaper in which such publication is made. The minimum rate shall be 20 cents per column line for each insertion. The maximum rate for each insertion shall not exceed the newspaper's annually published rate for comparable local advertising space.
(Source: P.A. 94-874, eff. 1-1-07.)

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