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 Bill Status of HB4769  94th General Assembly


House Sponsors
Rep. John D'Amico, Wyvetter H. Younge and Kathleen A. Ryg

Last Action
DateChamber Action
  2/15/2006HouseTabled By Sponsor Rep. John D'Amico

Statutes Amended In Order of Appearance
5 ILCS 312/6-102from Ch. 102, par. 206-102
755 ILCS 45/2-7.8 new
755 ILCS 45/3-3.5 new
755 ILCS 45/4-10.5 new

Synopsis As Introduced
Amends the Illinois Notary Public Act and the Illinois Power of Attorney Act. Provides that a notary public may sign the name of a person whose signature is to be notarized if: (1) the person is legally competent; (2) the person is physically unable to sign his or her name or make a signature mark on the document; (3) the person directs the notary public to sign the person's name in the person's presence, and the person is physically present when the notary public signs the person's name; (4) the notary public's act of signing the person's name is witnessed by 2 disinterested persons; and (5) the notary public states the circumstances of the signing in the notarial certificate and writes below the signature the following statement: "Signature affixed by notary public pursuant to subsection (e) of Section 6-102 of the Illinois Notary Public Act". Provides that in accordance with those provisions, a notary public may sign a principal's name on a durable power of attorney, a power of attorney for property, or a power of attorney for health care.

DateChamber Action
  1/18/2006HouseFiled with the Clerk by Rep. John D'Amico
  1/18/2006HouseFirst Reading
  1/18/2006HouseReferred to Rules Committee
  1/31/2006HouseAssigned to Judiciary I - Civil Law Committee
  2/8/2006HouseAdded Co-Sponsor Rep. Wyvetter H. Younge
  2/8/2006HouseAdded Co-Sponsor Rep. Kathleen A. Ryg
  2/14/2006HouseMotion Filed Rep. John D'Amico; Table House Bill 4769 Pursuant to Rule 60(b)
  2/15/2006HouseMotion Prevailed
  2/15/2006HouseTabled By Sponsor Rep. John D'Amico

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