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240 ILCS 10/15.6

    (240 ILCS 10/15.6)
    Sec. 15.6. Enumeration of powers. The Commission has the power to:
        (1) Administer and enforce the provisions of this Act.
        (2) Regulate the entry, exit, and services of
personal property warehouses and operators.
        (3) Protect the public safety through insurance and
safety standards.
        (4) Adopt appropriate rules setting forth the
standards and procedures by which it will administer and enforce this Act.
        (5) Conduct hearings and investigations, on its own
motion or the motion of a person.
        (6) Adjudicate disputes, hear complaints or other
petitions for relief, and settle those matters by stipulation or agreement.
        (7) Create special procedures for the receipt and
handling of consumer complaints.
        (8) Employ such persons as are needed to
administer and enforce this Act, in such capacities as they are needed, whether as hearings examiners, special examiners, enforcement officers, investigators, or otherwise.
        (9) Initiate and participate in proceedings in the
federal or State courts, and in proceedings before federal or other State agencies, to the extent necessary to effectuate the purposes of this Act, provided that participation in specific proceedings is directed, in writing, by the Commission.
(Source: P.A. 96-515, eff. 1-1-10.)