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(5 ILCS 165/2)
(from Ch. 116, par. 102)
In order to be acceptable for filing, reproduced copies shall
conform to the following standards:
(a) be facsimiles of the official form, produced by
photo-offset, photoengraving, photocopying, or other similar reproduction process;
(b) be on paper of substantially the same weight and
texture and of a quality at least as good as that used in the official form;
(c) substantially duplicate the colors of the
(d) have a high degree of legibility, both as to the
original form and as to matter filled in; the agency with which a report is required to be filed may reject any illegible reproduction and reject any process which fails to meet this standard;
(e) be on paper perforated in the same manner as the
(f) be of the same size as the official form, both as
to the dimensions of the paper and the image produced.
(Source: P.A. 99-642, eff. 7-28-16.)