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``` ` ` `(765 ILCS 225/5)` `(from Ch. 133, par. 105)` ```
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``` ` ` `Sec. 5. ` ```
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The plane coordinates of a point on the earth's surface, used
in expressing the position or location of that point in the appropriate
zone of this system, consists of 2 distances, expressed in units of U.S.
survey feet and decimals
of a foot. One of these distances, known as the "x-coordinate", gives the
position in an east-and-west direction; the other, known as the "y-coordinate",
gives the position in a north-and-south direction. These coordinates depend
upon and conform to the coordinates, on the Illinois Coordinate System,
of the monumented survey stations of the
United States National
Geodetic Survey within the State of Illinois, as those
coordinates have been
determined by that survey.
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``` `(Source: P.A. 92-311, eff. 8-9-01.)` ```
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