2016 Illinois Compiled Statutes
Chapter 765 - PROPERTY
765 ILCS 115/ - Property of Unincorporated Associations Act.

(765 ILCS 115/0.01) (from Ch. 30, par. 182.9)
Sec. 0.01. Short title. This Act may be cited as the Property of Unincorporated Associations Act.
(Source: P.A. 86-1324.)

(765 ILCS 115/1) (from Ch. 30, par. 183)
Sec. 1. Power to own real estate.
Any unincorporated lodge or subordinate body of any society or order which is duly chartered by its grand lodge or body may take, hold, or convey real estate for its own use and benefit, by lease, purchase, grant, legacy, gift or otherwise, may borrow money and execute and deliver notes or bonds and mortgages on real property owned by such unincorporated lodge or subordinate body to secure the same in and by the name and number of the lodge or subordinate body according to the register of the respective grand lodge or body.
(Source: P.A. 83-388.)

(765 ILCS 115/2) (from Ch. 30, par. 184)
Sec. 2. Procedure to effect acts of ownership over real estate.
The presiding officer of such lodge or subordinate body, together with the secretary or officer keeping the records thereof, may execute mortgages and execute or receive conveyances or leases of any real estate by or to such lodge or subordinate body when authorized by a vote of the members present at a regular meeting held by said lodge or subordinate body, after at least ten days' notice has been given to all members of said lodge or subordinate body by mailing a written notice of said proposed action to the last known address of all such members.
All conveyances, leases or mortgages executed hereunder shall be in the name of the lodge, attested by the presiding officer and secretary or other officer in charge of the records, and shall have affixed the seal, if any, of such lodge or subordinate body.
(Source: Laws 1949, p. 597.)

(765 ILCS 115/3) (from Ch. 30, par. 185)
Sec. 3. Power to sue and defend. Such lodge or subordinate body in and under its own name and number has the power to sue and be sued, complain and defend in all actions concerning its real estate.
(Source: Laws 1949, p. 597.)

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