Clerk Attestation of Township Payments

Published by Township Officials of Illinois


Summary

Are you wondering what the new CLERK ATTESTATION law means? Are you confused about the difference between a signature and an attestation? What about the electronic transfer of funds? This session will answer these questions and others related to implementing the new law effective January 1, 2019. John Redlingshafer, will answer all your questions and provide some simple steps to implement the new change to the issuing and processing of township payments.

Presenters
John Redlingshafer
John Redlingshafer is an attorney with Mescher, Rinehart & Redlingshafer in Washington. He primarily represents units of local government, focusing on the legal needs of townships and road districts, but also offers legal services in residential, commercial, and agricultural contracts, as well as estate work. John was appointed, then elected to the Tazewell County Board, deciding against running for re-election in 2018. He lives in Washington with his wife and four children.

Originally Published

January 23, 2019


Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Clerk Attestation of Township Payments - Video
  • Clerk Attestation of Township Payments - Handout

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