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Full Text of SB2368  103rd General Assembly


Sen. David Koehler

Filed: 3/24/2023





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2    AMENDMENT NO. ______. Amend Senate Bill 2368, AS AMENDED,
3with reference to page and line numbers of Senate Amendment
4No. 2, as follows:
5on page 1, line 9, after "commercial building", by inserting
6"or a substantially improved commercial building"; and
7on page 2, line 17, by replacing "NFPA 70" with "NFPA 70"; and
8on page 4, by replacing lines 12 through 19 with the following:
9    ""Qualified inspector" means an individual qualified by
10the State of Illinois, certified as a commercial building
11inspector by the International Code Council or an equivalent
12by a nationally recognized building inspector official
13certification organization, qualified as a construction and
14building inspector by successful completion of by an
15apprentice program certified by the United States Department



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1of Labor Bureau of Apprentice Training, or who has filed
2verification of inspection experience according to rules
3adopted by the Board for the purposes of conducting
4inspections in non-building code jurisdictions."; and
5on page 4, immediately after line 19, by inserting the
7    ""Substantial damage" means damage of any origin sustained
8by a structure whereby the cost of restoring the structure to
9its before-damaged condition would equal or exceed 50% of the
10market value of the structure before damage occurred.
11    "Substantially improved commercial building" means, for
12work commenced on or after January 1, 2025, any commercial
13building that has undergone any repair, reconstruction,
14rehabilitation, alteration, addition, or other improvement,
15the cost of which equals or exceeds 50% of the market value of
16the structure before the improvement or repair is started. If
17a commercial building has sustained substantial damage, any
18repairs are considered substantial improvement regardless of
19the actual repair work performed. "Substantially improved
20commercial building" does not include: (i) any project for
21improvement of a structure to correct existing violations of
22State or local health, sanitary, or safety code specifications
23which have been identified by the local code enforcement
24official and which are the minimum necessary to assure safe
25living conditions or (ii) any alteration of a historic



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1structure, provided that the alteration will not preclude the
2structure's continued designation as a historic structure.";
4on page 5, line 16, by replacing "July 1, 2024" with "January
51, 2025"; and
6on page 5, by replacing lines 20 and 21 with the following:
7    "(a) Any municipality or county All municipalities with a
8population of less than 1,000,000 or a county adopting a new
9building"; and
10on page 6, by replacing lines 4 through 6 with "amendatory Act
11of the 103rd General Assembly, any municipality or county that
12has adopted and is enforcing a building"; and
13on page 6, line 11, after "code", by inserting "or codes"; and
14on page 6, by replacing lines 24 and 25 with the following:
15    "(e) Beginning January 1, 2025, any municipal building
16code or county building code must:; and
17on page 9, by replacing line 22 with the following:
18    ""Home builder" "Residential building contractor" means
19any individual,"; and



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1on page 10, by replacing line 7 with "to build new residential
2construction a home (1) in any non-building code