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Illinois Vehicle Code
ILCS 5/4 - 107
c) An operator of a place of business for garaging, repairing, parking, or storing vehicles for the public, in which a vehicle remains unclaimed, after being left garaging, repairing, parking, or for a period of 15 days, shall within 5 days after the expiration of that period, report the vehicle as unclaimed to the municipal police when the vehicle is within the corporate limits of any city, village, or incorporated town, or the County Sheriff, or State Police when the vehicle is outside the corporate limits of a city, village or incorporated Town. Failure to comply with this section will result in the forfeiture of storage fees for the vehicle involved.
Wisconsin Vehicle Code
Chapter 342.31 Paragraph 2
An Owner of a garage or trailer park or any type of storage or parking lot for motor vehicles shall report to the local law enforcement agency the make, motor number and serial or identification number of any vehicle stored, parked or left in the owner's garage, park or lot for a period of more than 30 consecutive days unless arrangements have been made by the owner of the vehicle for its continuous storage or parking or unless the owner of the vehicle is personally known to the owner of the garage, park, or lot. Any person who fails to submit such report may be required to forfeit not more than $25.
Power Of Attorney Form (ILLINOIS or
Authorizes Title Services of Illinois to work for you in the procurement of a new title for an unclaimed vehicle. (See description of abandoned and unclaimed vehicles on Home Page)