(310 ILCS 10/32) (from Ch. 67 1/2, par. 27e)
    Sec. 32. An Authority created pursuant to this Act may be dissolved and its corporate status terminated in the following manner: whenever the commissioners of an Authority adopt a resolution to the effect that it has completed all projects undertaken by it, or that it has undertaken no project and has no project in contemplation, and that it has no other duties to perform in its area of operation, it shall submit a certified copy thereof to the governing body of the area of operation for which it was initially created. If the governing body concurs therein, it shall adopt an ordinance or resolution in support thereof and transmit a certified copy thereof, together with the certified copy of the resolution of the Authority, to the Department. The Department shall audit the financial records of the Authority and if the Authority has not been the recipient of funds from the State of Illinois, or if it has received such funds and fully expended the same in the exercise of its statutory powers, and if no judicial action is then pending in which the Authority, or the Commissioners thereof in their official capacity, is a party, and if the Authority is not a party to any unexecuted contract or agreement, oral or written, in which a monetary claim may be asserted against it by any person, firm or corporation, it shall issue a Certificate of Dissolution, attested by the Director of the Department, and file the same for record in the office of the recorder in the county in which the Authority is located.
    If the Authority has in its possession or title public funds which are or have been derived from grants made by the State of Illinois, or any real or personal property acquired by such state funds, and if no judicial action is pending or contractual claims outstanding against such Authority as above provided, the Department shall require the Authority to transfer such funds to it, and to sell and liquidate its interest in such real or personal property at a fair value to be fixed by the Department and pay the proceeds thereof to the Department. Upon compliance with such direction, the Department shall issue, and file for recording, a Certificate of Dissolution in the manner above provided.
    An Authority shall be deemed legally dissolved upon the filing of the Certificate of Dissolution in the Office of the recorder as herein provided. Such dissolution shall not affect or impair the validity of any deed of conveyance theretofore executed and delivered by the Authority. The dissolution of an Authority shall not be a bar to the establishment of a new Authority for the same area of operation in the manner provided by Section 3 of this Act.
(Source: P.A. 99-576, eff. 7-15-16.)