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Senate 2242: Relating to Foreclosure ------------------------------------------------------------------

S2242    GENERAL BILL by Judiciary  (Compare H 0415, CS/2ND ENG/S 0606, S 1146,
S 1778)
Foreclosure; Requires that during foreclosure proceedings a landlord
continue to hold money deposited or advanced by a tenant in a specified
manner. Requires a landlord to disclose the existence of foreclosure
proceedings to a prospective tenant. Exempts an agent of a landlord from
liability for failing to notify prospective tenants of foreclosure
proceedings under certain circumstances, etc. EFFECTIVE DATE: Upon
becoming law.
02/19/10 SENATE SPB 7060 submitted as a committee bill (SB 2242) by
                  Judiciary; Filed
03/04/10 SENATE Referred to Judiciary; Banking and Insurance -SJ 00191
03/11/10 SENATE Introduced -SJ 00191
04/30/10 SENATE Died in Committee on Judiciary


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0083.495
0083.683


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