(35 ILCS 1010/1-40)
Sec. 1-40. Appointment of clerk and reporter; expenditures of the Tax Tribunal.
(a) The Tax Tribunal shall appoint a clerk and a reporter, and may appoint such other employees and make such other expenditures, including expenditures for libraries, publications, and equipment, as are necessary to permit it to efficiently execute its functions.
(b) The reporter shall be subject to the provisions of the Court Reporters Act as if appointed by a judge of the circuit court, except where such provisions are in conflict with this Act.
(c) No employee of the Tax Tribunal shall act as attorney, representative, or accountant for others in a matter involving any tax imposed or levied by this State or any other state or local jurisdiction.
(d) An employee of the Tax Tribunal, other than an Administrative Law Judge, may be removed by the Chief Administrative Law Judge in accordance with the Personnel Code.
(e) In addition to the services of the official reporter, the Tax Tribunal may contract the reporting of its proceedings and, in the contract, fix the terms and conditions under which transcripts will be supplied by the contractor to the Tax Tribunal and to other persons and agencies.
(Source: P.A. 97-1129, eff. 8-28-12.)
Last modified: February 18, 2015