2013 Illinois Compiled Statutes
110 ILCS 30/ - Educational Corporations Act.

(110 ILCS 30/0.01) (from Ch. 144, par. 12.9)
Sec. 0.01. Short title. This Act may be cited as the Educational Corporations Act.
(Source: P.A. 86-1324.)

110 ILCS 30/1

(110 ILCS 30/1) (from Ch. 144, par. 13)
Sec. 1. Whenever property, real or personal, heretofore has been or hereafter shall be bequeathed by will or granted, conveyed or donated by deed or other instrument, to trustees with direction that the property shall be applied by them to the foundation and establishment of an educational institution in this State, it shall be lawful for the trustees in such case, in order to promote better establishment, maintenance and management of such institution, to cause a corporation not for pecuniary profit under the provisions of this Act to be formed, with the rights, powers and privileges hereinafter provided for.
(Source: P.A. 84-549; 84-551.)

110 ILCS 30/2

(110 ILCS 30/2) (from Ch. 144, par. 14)
Sec. 2. Such acting trustees may make, sign and acknowledge and file in the office of the Secretary of State articles of incorporation of such corporation. The requisites of such articles of incorporation, the issuance of the certificate of incorporation by the Secretary of State and the recording of such articles and certificate, and the effect thereof, shall be in accordance with and be governed by the provisions of sections 29, 30 and 31 of "An Act to revise the law relating to corporations not for pecuniary profit", approved July 17, 1943, excepting only that said articles of incorporation shall additionally set forth (a) the name and location of the institution proposed to be operated by such corporation, (b) a verified copy of said will, deed or other instrument referred to in Section 1 hereof and (c) who shall compose the members of the corporation; and excepting also that the provisions of said articles of incorporation shall not be violative of or inconsistent with the law or any provision of such will, deed or other instrument so referred to. If said articles of incorporation make no provision as to the membership of such corporation, the persons acting as directors from time to time shall compose the members of such corporation.
(Source: Laws 1949, p. 1613.)

110 ILCS 30/3

(110 ILCS 30/3) (from Ch. 144, par. 15)
Sec. 3. Upon the issuance of a certificate of incorporation and the recording of the same and the articles of incorporation as herein required, said corporation shall be deemed fully organized, and may proceed to carry out its corporate purposes, and to receive by conveyance or transfer from the trustees under such will, deed or other instrument the property thereby provided as aforesaid for the endowment of such educational institution and may hold the same in whatever form it may have been conveyed by or received from said trustees until such form shall be changed by the legal act of said corporation.
(Source: Laws 1949, p. 1613.)

110 ILCS 30/5

(110 ILCS 30/5) (from Ch. 144, par. 16a)
Sec. 5. The affairs of such corporation shall be managed by a board of directors, who may be designated either as directors, managers or trustees. The directors may reside either within or without this state and be either members or non-members of the corporation, and shall have such other qualifications and be elected or appointed in manner and for terms not exceeding three (3) years, and their elections or appointments shall be subject to nominations, approvals, or confirmations, all as the articles of incorporation may prescribe. In any case where the directors shall compose the members of such corporation and the articles of incorporation so provide, the said board of directors by the vote of two-thirds of the members thereof may by resolution create and provide for the election or appointment, either from its own membership or otherwise, of a committee or local board of managers for such educational institution having not less than three (3) members and to be known and designated as may be provided in such resolution, which said committee or board, to the extent and under the limitations and subject to the conditions prescribed in such resolution, shall thereupon become vested with and have and exercise the authority of such board in the management of such institution, its property and affairs including, without limiting the foregoing, power, in the name of the corporation through proper officers of such committee or board of managers, to sell, convey, transfer, assign, mortgage, pledge or otherwise deal in or dispose of any real or personal property given or donated, or in accordance with or pursuant to the resolution of said board of directors set apart or acquired or held, for the use or benefit of such institution or its education activities, and all acts of such committee or local board of managers done under and within the scope of the authority so in it vested shall be binding upon said corporation. Except as in this Act elsewhere or otherwise provided, or as may be inconsistent with the provisions hereof, all provisions and requirements of "An Act to revise the law relating to corporations not for pecuniary profit", approved July 17, 1943, exclusive of Sections 3 and 4 and Sections 67 and 85 inclusive thereof, shall apply to and govern corporations organized under the authority of this Act.
(Source: Laws 1949, p. 1613.)

110 ILCS 30/6

(110 ILCS 30/6) (from Ch. 144, par. 16b)
Sec. 6. The amendments effected by this Act shall not affect any right accrued or established, or any liability or penalty incurred, prior to the passage of this Act.
(Source: Laws 1949, p. 1613.)

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