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215 ILCS 5/1108

    (215 ILCS 5/1108) (from Ch. 73, par. 1065.808)
    Sec. 1108. Trust; filing requirements; records.
    (1) Any risk retention trust created under this Article shall file with the Director:
        (a) A statement of intent to provide named coverages.
        (b) The trust agreement between the trust sponsor and
the trustees, detailing the organization and administration of the trust and fiduciary responsibilities.
        (c) Signed risk pooling agreements from each trust
member describing their intent to participate in the trust and maintain the contingency reserve fund.
        (d) By April 1 of each year a financial statement for
the preceding calendar year ending December 31, and a list of all beneficiaries during the year. The financial statement and report shall be in such form as the Director of Insurance may prescribe. The truth and accuracy of the financial statement shall be attested to by each trustee. Each Risk Retention Trust shall file with the Director by June 1 an opinion of an independent certified public accountant on the financial condition of the Risk Retention Trust for the most recent calendar year and the results of its operations, changes in financial position and changes in capital and surplus for the year then ended in conformity with accounting practices permitted or prescribed by the Illinois Department of Insurance.
        (e) The name of a bank or trust company with whom the
trust will enter into an escrow agreement which shall state that the contingency reserve fund will be maintained at the levels prescribed in this Article.
        (f) Copies of coverage grants it will issue.
    (2) The Director of Insurance shall charge, collect and give proper acquittances for the payment of the following fees and charges:
        (a) For filing trust instruments, amendments thereto
and financial statement and report of the trustees, $50.
        (b) For copies of papers or records per page, $2.
        (c) For certificate to copy of paper, $10.
        (d) For filing an application for the licensing of a
risk retention trust, $1,000.
    (3) The trust shall keep its books and records in accordance with the provisions of Section 133 of this Code. The Director may examine such books and records from time to time as provided in Sections 132 through 132.7 of this Code and may charge the expense of such examination to the trust as provided in subsection (3) of Section 408 of this Code.
    (4) Trust funds established under this Section and all persons interest therein or dealing therewith shall be subject to the provisions of Sections 133, 144.1, 149, 401, 401.1, 402, 403, 403A, 412, and all of the provisions of Articles VII, VIII, XII 1/2 and XIII of the Code, as amended. Except as otherwise provided in this Section, trust funds established under and which fully comply with this Section, shall not be subjected to any other provision of the Code.
    (5) The Director of Insurance may make reasonable rules and regulations pertaining to the standards of coverage and administration of the trust authorized by this Section. Such rules may include but need not be limited to reasonable standards for fiduciary duties of the trustees, standards for the investment of funds, limitation of risks assumed, minimum size, capital, surplus, reserves, and contingency reserves.
(Source: P.A. 93-32, eff. 7-1-03.)