Illinois Compiled Statutes 50 ILCS 215 Filmed Records Destruction Act. Section 1

    (50 ILCS 215/1) (from Ch. 116, par. 47.1)

    Sec. 1. Prior to destruction of any of the original records, papers or documents as permitted by "The Local Records Act", enacted by the Seventy-Second General Assembly, the officer of the county, municipal corporation, political subdivision or court, as the case may be, having such records, papers or documents in his custody or under his supervision shall attach to each reproduction or continuous roll of reproductions, as the case may be, a certification substantially as follows: CERTIFICATE OF INTENT (Letterhead of Certifying Officer)

    This is to certify and declare that the microfilmed records which appear on this roll of film are accurate and true images of records of the ...., (Describe office) State of Illinois, and that such records are microfilmed in the ordinary course of business and are preserved by microphotography on this roll of microfilm, exactly as in the original.

    We also certify that the original records on this roll are to be destroyed or disposed of in accordance to statutes, and only after inspection of the film has assured the accuracy and completeness of these records and their film images.

    We also certify that the microphotography used to commit these documents and records to microfilm complies with requirements of State Records Commission for permanency of film images. ...................... (Signature of Officer) ...................... (Title)

(Source: Laws 1961, p. 3506.)

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