Session: 103rd General Assembly
Year: 2023
Bill #: SB2368
Category: County Authority
Position: Oppose
Mandate? Yes
Revenue Loss?
Authority Preemption? Yes

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Senate Amendment 2: Amends the Capital Development Board Act. In provisions about occupying a newly constructed commercial building in a non-building code jurisdiction, modifies the standards by which a qualified inspector must file a certification of inspection with a municipality. Provides that, once a building permit is issued or construction begins when no building permit is needed, the code in effect on January 1 of that calendar year applies for the duration of the permit or construction. Modifies provisions limiting applicability, modifies definitions, and makes other changes. Modifies how municipalities with a population of less than 1,000,000 and all counties must identify local building codes. Amends the Illinois Residential Building Code Act to make conforming changes. Senate Amendment 4: Provides that provisions concerning certification for inspection shall apply to a substantially improved commercial building. Provides that specified amendatory changes to the Capital Development Board Act shall apply beginning January 1, 2025 (rather than July 1, 2024). Defines "substantial damage" and "substantially improved commercial building". Makes other changes.

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