Current as of: 2010
(70 ILCS 1832/185)
Interference with private facilities.
The provisions of this Act shall not be considered as impairing, altering, modifying, repealing, or superseding any of the jurisdiction or powers of the Illinois Commerce Commission or of the Department of Natural Resources under the Rivers, Lakes, and Streams Act. Nothing in this Act or done under its authority shall apply to, restrict, limit, or interfere with the use of any terminal, terminal facility, port facility, or intermodal facility owned or operated by any private person for the storage or handling or transfer of any commodity moving in interstate commerce or the use of the land and facilities of a common carrier or other public utility and the space above that land and those facilities or the right to use that land and those facilities in the business of any common carrier or other public utility, without approval of the Illinois Commerce Commission and without the payment of just compensation to any common carrier or other public utility for damages resulting from any restriction, limitation, or interference.
(Source: P.A. 90-636, eff. 7-24-98.)
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