§ 155.001 DEFINITIONS.
   For the purpose of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   DEPARTMENT. The State Department of Public Health, unless otherwise indicated.
(210 ILCS 115/2.6)
   DEPENDENT MOBILE HOME. A mobile home which does not have toilet and bath or shower facilities.
(210 ILCS 115/2.3)
   IMMOBILIZED MOBILE HOME. A mobile home served by individual utilities, resting on a permanent perimeter foundation which extends below the established frost depth with the wheels, tongue and hitch removed and the home secured in compliance with the Mobile Home Tie-Down Act, 210 ILCS 120/1 et seq.
(210 ILCS 115/2.10)
   INDEPENDENT MOBILE HOME. A mobile home which has self-contained toilet and bath or shower facilities.
(210 ILCS 115/2.4)
   INDIVIDUAL UTILITIES. The provision for each mobile home of a separate metered connection to electrical service, separately tapped water service from an approved public water supply or a separate private water supply, and a separately tapped connection to an approved public sewer system or a separate private sewage disposal system.
(210 ILCS 115/2.8)
   MOBILE HOME. A structure designed for permanent habitation and so constructed as to permit its transport on wheels, temporarily or permanently attached to its frame, from the place of its construction to the location, or subsequent locations, at which it is intended to be a permanent habitation and designed to permit the occupancy thereof as a dwelling place for one or more persons. The term shall include manufactured homes constructed after 6-30-1976, in accordance with the Federal National Manufactured Housing Construction and Safety Standards Act of 1974, being 42 U.S.C. §§ 5401 et seq.
(210 ILCS 115/2.1)
   MOBILE HOME PARK. A tract of land or two or more contiguous tracts of land upon which contain sites with the necessary utilities for six or more independent mobile homes for permanent habitation either free of charge or for revenue purposes, and shall include any building, structure, vehicle or enclosure used or intended for use as a part of the equipment of such MOBILE HOME PARK. Separate ownership of contiguous tracts of land shall not preclude the tracts of land from common licensure as a mobile home park if they are maintained and operated jointly. Neither an immobilized mobile home, nor a motorized recreational vehicle, shall be construed as being a part of a MOBILE HOME PARK.
(210 ILCS 115/2.5)
   PERMANENT HABITATION. A period of two or more months.
(210 ILCS 115/2.2)
   REVENUE PURPOSES. Includes, but is not limited to, moneys or other valuable consideration paid by a tenant or lessee or paid by a contract purchaser pursuant to a contract for deed, sale or purchase prior to the delivery of the deed conveying legal title.
(210 ILCS 115/2.9)
   SITE. The lot on which the mobile home is located for permanent habitation.
(210 ILCS 115/2.7)
(Prior Code, § 155.01)