(765 ILCS 1015/1) (from Ch. 73, par. 1092)
Sec. 1. If a bailee for hire makes a separate charge for any part or all of the cost any insurance which he may carry to indemnify him against liability for loss or damage of property of a bailor while in the possession or control of the bailee, or if a bailee for hire in any manner informs a bailor or prospective bailor that his property will be protected from loss or damage while in the bailee's possession or control and makes a charge for such protection, then the bailee shall furnish to the bailor, at the time the bailment contract is entered into, a statement plainly showing the type and extent of the coverage of such insurance, the particular articles of property insured against loss or damage, the maximum amounts recoverable, and the name of the insurance carrier. If the bailee is a self insurer, no separate charge for insurance shall be made. The requirements of this Act shall not apply to insurance procured by the bailee to protect against loss while the property is in transit by mail, express or other means of transportation.
(Source: Laws 1949, p. 335.)
Last modified: February 18, 2015