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55 ILCS 5/6-31004

    (55 ILCS 5/6-31004) (from Ch. 34, par. 6-31004)
    Sec. 6-31004. Overdue reports.
    (a) In the event the required reports for a county are not filed with the Comptroller in accordance with Section 6-31003 within 180 days after the close of the fiscal year of the county, the Comptroller shall notify the county board in writing that the reports are due, and may also grant an extension of time of up to 60 days for the filing of the reports. In the event the required reports are not filed within the time specified in such written notice, the Comptroller shall cause the audit to be performed and the audit report prepared by an auditor or auditors.
    (b) The Comptroller may decline to order an audit and the preparation of an audit report if an initial examination of the books and records of the governmental unit indicates that the books and records of the governmental unit are inadequate or unavailable due to the passage of time or the occurrence of a natural disaster.
    (c) The State Comptroller may grant extensions for delinquent audits or reports. The Comptroller may charge a county a fee for a delinquent audit or report of $5 per day for the first 15 days past due, $10 per day for 16 through 30 days past due, $15 per day for 31 through 45 days past due, and $20 per day for the 46th day and every day thereafter. These amounts may be reduced at the Comptroller's discretion. All fees collected under this subsection (c) shall be deposited into the Comptroller's Administrative Fund.
(Source: P.A. 101-419, eff. 1-1-20.)