SB 1898: Claims Against the State
GENERAL BILL by Gibson
Claims Against the State; Allowing certain claims based on a rendered judgment against the state to be presented to the Legislature after the 4-year limitation if a party provides a basis for equitable estoppel or evidence of manifest injustice; authorizing an equitable claim for relief which is not based on an existing judgment to be considered after the 4-year limitation at the discretion of the President of the Senate or the Speaker of the House of Representatives; requiring that an equitable claim for relief for which a basis for equitable estoppel is provided or evidence of manifest injustice is presented be considered after the 4-year limitation; prohibiting ex parte communications between the respondent and a sponsor or introducer of a claim for relief until after the claim is considered by the first committee of reference, etc.
- Judiciary (JU)
- Governmental Oversight and Accountability (GO)
- Rules (RC)
• Referred to Judiciary; Governmental Oversight and Accountability; Rules -SJ 248
• Introduced -SJ 248
• Died in Judiciary
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