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(240 ILCS 10/4)
(from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 122)
No person shall engage in business as a personal property warehouseman
in the State of Illinois without a license therefor issued by the Commission.
The application for a license to engage in business
as a personal property warehouseman shall be filed with the Commission.
Such application shall set forth the name of the applicant, the principal
officers if the applicant is a corporation, the managers (if manager-managed) or the members (if member-managed), if the applicant is a limited liability company, or the active members of a
partnership if the applicant is a partnership, the location of the principal
office or place of business of the applicant and the location or locations
in this State at which the applicant proposes to engage in business as a
personal property warehouseman, and such additional information as the Commission,
by regulation, may require. The application shall also set forth the
location, character, and description of the building or place of the
proposed warehouse, the kind of property, goods, ware, and merchandise
expected to be stored therein, and the approximate number of square feet of
floor space, or, if applicable, the total cubic capacity devoted to storage
purposes. The Commission shall require information
showing that the
property to be used is reasonably suitable for warehouse purposes, that the
applicant is qualified to conduct the business of storing personal property
under this Act, and the applicant proposes to conduct the business in
accordance with the laws of this State and the rules and regulations of the Commission.
(Source: P.A. 96-515, eff. 1-1-10.)