Ill. Admin. Code tit. 50, § 9015.40 - Signatures

Current through Register Vol. 46, No. 15, April 8, 2022

a) When a signature is required, or when certain consequences are provided if a document is not signed, an electronic signature will suffice.
b) Any document electronically filed with a subscriber identifier is deemed to have been signed by the holder of the user identification and password.
c) The original signed document that has been electronically filed shall be maintained and preserved by the party filing the document and presented to the Commission upon its request.
d) Documents containing signatures of third parties may be filed electronically and shall bear a facsimile or typographical signature. If a document requires the signature of one or more persons not a party to the case or not registered for electronic filing, the subscriber must confirm all persons required to sign the document approve it. Original signatures of all nonregistered persons must be obtained before filing the document. The document must indicate the identity of each nonregistered signatory. The subscriber must retain the original document for one year after the date that the judgment has become final or the expiration of the time for seeking review. The subscriber must make the document available for inspection by the Commission upon request.
e) Documents filed electronically by a Commissioner or an Arbitrator under his or her identifier shall be deemed entered by that Commissioner or Arbitrator.

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Ill. Admin. Code tit. 50, § 9015.40
Adopted at 40 Ill. Reg. 15700, effective 11/9/2016

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