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Legal Information: Illinois

Statutes: Illinois

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Updated: 
June 26, 2020

61/25. Agency use of designated address.

(a) A program participant may request that State and local agencies use the address designated by the Attorney General as his or her address. When creating a new public record, State and local agencies shall accept the address designated by the Attorney General as a program participant’s substitute address, unless the Attorney General has determined that:
(1) the agency has a bona fide statutory or administrative requirement for the use of the address that would otherwise be confidential under this Act; and
(2) this address will be used only for those statutory and administrative purposes.
(b) A program participant may use the address designated by the Attorney General as his or her work address.
(c) The office of the Attorney General shall forward all first class mail to the appropriate program participants.