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(D) The County Clerk shall impose an additional Two Dollar ($2.00) charge for certified copies of vital records as defined in Section 1 of the Vital Records Act, for the purpose of developing, maintaining, and improving technology in the office of the County Clerk.
(E) The County Clerk shall remit all monies collected pursuant to this Section to the Treasurer.
(F) All monies collected pursuant to subsection (D) of this Section shall be deposited in a special fund, known as the County Clerk Technology Fund, which fund shall be established by the Treasurer. Such monies shall be used exclusively for developing, maintaining, and improving technology in the office of the County Clerk.
(A)Definition. Vital records means records of births, deaths, fetal deaths, marriages, dissolution of marriages, and data-related thereto.
(B) Fee Established. The County Clerk shall impose an additional Two Dollar ($2.00) charge for certified copies of vital records which are requested to be made by the County Clerk’s office. The additional Two Dollar ($2.00) charge is to be used for the sole purpose of defraying the costs of converting theCountyClerk’s document storage system for said vital records to computers or micrographics, and for maintaining system.
(C) Special Fund. TheCountyTreasurer is hereby ordered to establish a special fund for deposit of the monies collected as a result of said additional charge. The monies collected shall be placed in said special fund and shall be used solely to provide the equipment, material and necessary expenses incurred to help defray the cost of implementing and maintaining the County Clerk’s document storage system for vital records.
The County Board does hereby provide for a charge of Four Dollars ($4.00) for filing every instrument, paper, or notice for record, (1) in order to defray the cost of converting the County Recorder’s document storage system to computers or micrographics and (2) in order to defray the cost of providing access to records through the global information system known as the Internet.
(A) Fund Established. A special fund shall be set up by the Treasurer of the County and such funds collected pursuant to Public Act 83–1321 shall be used (1) for a document storage system to provide the equipment, materials and necessary expenses incurred to help defray the costs of implementing and maintaining such a document records system and (2) for a system to provide electronic access to those records. (55 ILCS 5/3–5018)
For issuing each marriage and civil union license, the certificate thereof, and for recording the same, including the recording of the parent’s or guardian’s consent where indicated, Twenty-Five Dollars ($25.00). (Ord. No. 2011-06; 05–20–11)
The County Clerk shall charge and collect a Five Dollar ($5.00) fee to be added to the standard fee collected for each marriage license application issued in Union County. The County Clerk shall transfer said fees collected to the Illinois State Treasurer in accordance with the Married Families Domestic Violence Act. (Ord. No. 08–04; 05–19–08)
There is hereby imposed a tax on the privilege of transferring a controlling interest in a real estate entity owning property located in Union County, including a lessee’s interest in certain ground leases, in the amount of Twenty-Five Cents ($0.25) per Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) consideration or fraction of Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) value declared in the real estate transfer declaration required by 35 ILCS 200/31–25, such tax to be in addition to any and all transfer tax currently authorized for collection by the County.
The tax herein imposed shall be in addition to all other occupation or privilege taxes imposed by the State of Illinois or by any municipal corporation or political subdivision thereof.
The following deeds and trust documents shall be exempt from the provisions of this Article except as hereinafter provided:
(A) Deeds or trust documents representing real estate transfers made before the adoption of this Ordinance but recorded after that date.
(B) Deeds or trust documents to property acquired by any governmental body or from any governmental body or deeds or trust documents to property between association, foundation or institution organized and operated exclusively for charitable, religious or educational purposes.
(C) Deeds or trust documents which secure debt or other obligation.
(D) Deeds or trust documents which, without additional consideration, confirm, correct, modify, or supplement a deed previously recorded.
(E) Deeds or trust documents where the actual consideration is less than One Hundred Dollars ($100.00).
(F) Deeds or trust documents of release of property which is security for a debt or other obligation.
(G) Tax deeds or trust documents.
(H) Deeds or trust documents of partition.
(I) Deeds or trust documents made pursuant to mergers, consolidations or transfers or sales of substantially all of the assets or corporations pursuant to plans of reorganization.
(J) Deeds or trust documents made by a subsidiary corporation to its parent corporation for no consideration other than the cancellation or surrender of the subsidiary’s stock.
(K) Deeds or trust documents wherein there is an actual exchange of real estate except that money difference or money’s worth paid for one to the other shall not be exempt from the tax.
(L) Deeds or trust documents representing transfers subject to the imposition of a documentary’s stamp tax imposed by the government of theUnited States, except that such deeds shall not be exempt from filing the declaration.
A tax is imposed on the privilege of transferring title to real estate or beneficial interest in a land trust, as represented by the deed that is filed for recordation, at the rate of Twenty-Five Cents ($0.25) for each Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) of value or fraction thereof stated in the declaration provided for in this Section. If, however, the real estate is transferred subject to a mortgage, the amount of the mortgage remaining outstanding at the time of transfer shall not be included in the basis of computing the tax.
Such tax shall be collected by the Recorder of Deeds through the sale of revenue stamps whose design, denominations and form shall be prescribed by the Recorder of Deeds. The Recorder of Deeds may sell the revenue stamps at a rate of Twenty-Five Cents ($0.25) per Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) of value or fraction thereof. Except as provided in No. 4 of this Article, no deed or trust document shall be accepted for filing by the Recorder of Deeds unless County revenue stamps in the required amount have been purchased from the Recorder of Deeds. Such revenue stamp shall be affixed to the deed or trust document by the Recorder of Deeds either before or after recording as requested by the grantee. A person using or affixing a revenue stamp shall cancel it and so deface it as to render it unfit for reuse by marking it with his initials and the day, month and year when the affixing occurs. Such markings shall be made by writing or stamping in indelible ink or by perforating with a machine or punch. However, the revenue stamp shall not be so defaced as to prevent ready determination of its denomination and genuineness.
At such time as the tax levied by this Article is paid, there shall be filed with the Recorder of Deeds a fully executed and completed copy of the “Real Estate Transfer Declaration” required by provisions of 35 ILCS 305/3.
The following words shall have the meanings ascribed to them in this Article:
“Recordation” means the recording of deeds by the Recorder of Deeds.
“Person” means any natural individual, firm, partnership, association, joint stock company, joint adventure, public or private corporation, or a receiver, executor, trustee, conservator or other representative appointed by order of any court.
“Value” means the amount of the full actual consideration thereof, including the amount of any lien or liens assumed by the buyer.