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820 ILCS 275/90

    (820 ILCS 275/90)
    Sec. 90. Contents of orders.
    (a) A workplace protection restraining order shall describe each remedy granted by the court, in reasonable detail and not by reference to any other document, so that the respondent may clearly understand what he or she must do or refrain from doing.
    (b) A workplace protection restraining order shall include the following:
        (1) the name of the petitioner;
        (2) the date and time the workplace protection
restraining order was issued, whether it is an emergency or plenary order, and the duration of the order;
        (3) the date, time, and place for any scheduled
hearing for extension of the workplace protection restraining order or for another order of greater duration or scope;
        (4) for each remedy in an emergency workplace
protection restraining order, the reason for entering that remedy without prior notice to the respondent or greater notice than was actually given; and
        (5) for emergency workplace protection restraining
orders, that the respondent may petition the court, in accordance with Section 100, to reopen the order if he or she did not receive actual prior notice of the hearing as required under Section 55 of this Act and if the respondent alleges that he or she had a meritorious defense to the order or that the order or its remedy is not authorized by this Act.
(Source: P.A. 98-766, eff. 7-16-14.)