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Senate 2692: Relating to Litigation [SPSC] ------------------------------------------------------------------

S2692    GENERAL BILL by Siplin  (Compare S 1714)
Litigation [SPSC]; Requires the division of total fault for parties and
nonparties by judgment in negligence cases. Abrogates use of privilege
and immunity defenses as to all statutory causes of action, abuse of
process, malicious prosecution, and fraud upon the court. Prohibits
sheriffs, clerks of court, full-time deputy sheriffs, and deputy clerks
of court from practicing law. Repeals provisions relating to sanctions
in criminal appeal cases, etc. EFFECTIVE DATE: 07/01/2010.
02/26/10 SENATE Filed
03/09/10 SENATE Referred to Judiciary; Criminal and Civil Justice
                  Appropriations -SJ 00228
03/11/10 SENATE Introduced -SJ 00228
04/30/10 SENATE Died in Committee on Judiciary


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S 2692 02/26/2010 Web Page | PDF

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Citations - Statute


0046.061
0046.071
0046.081
0057.105
0059.041
0059.06
0454.18
0454.23
0768.81
0924.051
0924.33
0924.395
0939.055


Citations - Constitution




NO CONSTITUTION CITATIONS FOUND FOR SENATE BILL 2692.


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