HB 423: Lost or Abandoned Personal Property
GENERAL BILL by Roach ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Smith, D.
Lost or Abandoned Personal Property; Provides for disposal or donation of personal property lost or abandoned on premises of certain complexes or facilities in certain circumstances; authorizes rightful owner of lost or abandoned personal property to reclaim property before disposal or donation; requires charitable institution to make reasonable effort to delete certain information from electronic device in certain circumstances.
Last Action: 3/14/2019 House - Placed on Calendar -HJ 431
Bill Text: PDF
• Referred to Business and Professions Subcommittee; Civil Justice Subcommittee; Commerce Committee -HJ 54
• On Committee agenda-- Business and Professions Subcommittee, 02/13/19, 1:30 pm, Webster Hall
• Favorable by Business and Professions Subcommittee; YEAS 15 NAYS 0 -HJ 298
• Now in Civil Justice Subcommittee -HJ 298
• On Committee agenda-- Civil Justice Subcommittee, 03/06/19, 8:00 am, Sumner Hall
• Introduced -HJ 54
• Favorable by Civil Justice Subcommittee; YEAS 14 NAYS 0 -HJ 381
• Now in Commerce Committee -HJ 381
• On Committee agenda-- Commerce Committee, 03/14/19, 9:00 am, Webster Hall
• Favorable by- Commerce Committee; YEAS 24 NAYS 0 -HJ 431
• Placed on Calendar -HJ 431
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