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(805 ILCS 15/13)
(from Ch. 32, par. 643)
(a) All of the officers, directors and shareholders of a corporation
subject to this Act shall at all times be persons licensed pursuant to the
Medical Practice Act of 1987. No person who is not so licensed shall
have any part in the ownership, management, or control of such corporation,
nor may any proxy to vote any shares of such corporation be given to a
person who is not so licensed. Notwithstanding any provisions to the
contrary in the "Business Corporation Act of 1983", as now or hereafter
amended, if all of the shares of a corporation subject to this Act are
owned by one shareholder, the office of president and secretary may be held
by the same person.
(b) No corporation may issue any of its capital stock to anyone other than an individual who is duly licensed under the Medical Practice Act of 1987. No shareholder shall enter into a voting trust agreement or any other type of agreement vesting another person with the authority to exercise the voting power of any of his or her stock.
(c) A corporation may, for purposes of dissolution, have as its shareholders, directors, officers, agents, and employees individuals who are not licensed under the Medical Practice Act of 1987, provided that the corporation does not render any medical services nor hold itself out as capable of or available to render medical services during the period of dissolution. The Department shall not issue or renew any certificate of authority to a corporation during the period of dissolution. A copy of the certificate of dissolution, as issued by the Secretary of State, shall be delivered to the Department within 30 days after its receipt by the incorporators.
(Source: P.A. 99-227, eff. 8-3-15.)