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Committee Calendar
For the Week of March 12, 2012

Monday, March 12, 2012

5:00pm - Senate Chamber - Senate Consent 2

13. SB3604         Property & Housing: Reporting of towed vehicle's registration
    Sen. J.        info. Requires towing entity to report vehicle registration number,
    Haynes (D)     registration information, license plate number, and description of
                   vehicle to local law enforcement prior to removing the vehicle, if
                   owner of vehicle is not present.
                   HB3207 - Rep. V. Dean (R) - 03/08/2012 - Set for House General
                   Subcommittee of Commerce 03/14/12.

8:45am - LP 12 - Senate Finance Tax Subcommittee

Items 37-46 may be heard if fiscal notes become available. PLEASE SEE ADDENDUM.
Note subcommittee will meet again Wednesday at 2:00pm in LP 12. MEMBERS: Chair
Sen. D. Henry Jr. (D), Sen. L. Finney (D), Sen. B. Kelsey (R), Sen. B. Ketron (R), Sen. D.
Overbey (R)
37. SB2863         Taxes Property: Property taxes - spouses of deceased veterans.
    Sen. T.        Adds spouses of veterans whose deaths resulted from being deployed
    Barnes (D)     in support of peace operations to who can receive property tax relief.
                   HB3213 - Rep. J. Pitts (D) - 02/01/2012 - Referred to House General
                   Subcommittee of Finance.
                   Position: Realtors: support
45. SB2962        Taxes Property: Reduces the rate of assessment for realty
    Sen. K. Yager recordation tax. Reduces the rate of assessment for the realty
    (R)           recordation tax by deleting language that forces one to calculate
                  fractions of $100 increments. Tax assessment is now based on
                  rounding down to the nearest $100 dollars of value.
                  HB3255 - Rep. R. Haynes (R) - 03/08/2012 - Set for House General
                  Subcommittee of Finance 03/14/12.
                  Position: Realtors: support

9:00am - LP 16 - House Commerce Committee

MEMBERS: Chair Rep. S. McManus (R), Vice Chair Rep. J. Lundberg (R), Secretary
Rep. P. Marsh (R), Rep. C. Curtiss (D), Rep. L. Elam (R), Rep. J. Favors (D), Rep. B.
Gilmore (D), Rep. G. Hardaway (D), Rep. B. Harmon (D), Rep. R. Haynes (R), Rep. C.
Johnson (R), Rep. P. Johnson (R), Rep. J. Matlock (R), Rep. D. Miller (R), Rep. R.
Montgomery (R), Rep. J. Pitts (D), Rep. M. Pody (R), Rep. D. Powers (R), Rep. J. Ragan
(R), Rep. D. Roach (R), Rep. C. Sargent (R), Rep. C. Sexton (R), Rep. D. Shepard (D),


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Rep. J. Sontany (D), Rep. A. Swann (R), Rep. C. Todd (R), Rep. J. Towns Jr. (D), Rep. K.
Williams (I), Rep. T. Wirgau (R)
1. HB2608          Banking & Credit: Bonding of scrap jewelry and metal dealers.
   Rep. K.         Requires pawnbrokers and dealers of jewelry and precious metals for
   Brooks (R)      resale to provide proof they maintain a sufficient surety bond in an
                   amount of no less than $100,000.
                   SB2811 - Sen. J. Tracy (R) - 03/08/2012 - Set for Senate Commerce,
                   Labor & Agriculture Committee Calendar 2 03/13/12.
                   Position: Realtors: monitor
3. HB2639         Property & Housing: Sprinkler requirements in local building
   Rep. E.        codes. Prohibits local governments from adopting building codes that
   Watson (R)     are more stringent than state building codes regarding sprinkler
                  systems in one-family and two-family dwellings.
                  SB2492 - Sen. J. Tracy (R) - 03/08/2012 - Set for Senate Commerce,
                  Labor & Agriculture Committee Calendar 2 03/13/12.
                  Position: Realtors: support

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

LP 30 - House General Subcommittee of Conservation & Environment

MEMBERS: Chair Rep. R. Lollar (R), Vice Chair Rep. R. Floyd (R), Rep. C. Curtiss (D),
Rep. B. Gilmore (D), Rep. D. Hawk (R), Rep. M. Kernell (D), Rep. P. Marsh (R), Rep. F.
Niceley (R), Rep. A. Swann (R), Rep. J. Tidwell (D)
20. HB1572          Environment & Nature: Notice to adjacent landowners regarding
    Rep. A.         burning. Requires persons setting fires to woods or other property to
    Swann (R)       give a minimum of three days notice to adjacent landowners. Current
                    law specifies two days notice.
                    SB1759 - Sen. B. Ketron (R) - 03/08/2012 - Set for Senate Energy
                    and Environment Committee 03/14/12.

10:30am - LP 16 - House Judiciary Committee

MEMBERS: Chair Rep. E. Watson (R), Vice Chair Rep. J. Coley (R), Secretary Rep. V.
Dennis (R), Rep. E. Bass (D), Rep. K. Camper (D), Rep. L. Elam (R), Rep. J. Faison (R),
Rep. J. Gotto (R), Rep. J. Lundberg (R), Rep. D. Maggart (R), Rep. J. Matheny (R), Rep.
G. Moore Sr. (D), Rep. B. Rich (R), Rep. J. Sontany (D), Rep. M. Stewart (D), Rep. R.
Womick (R)
3. HB3254           Property & Housing: Registration of instruments. Allows the
   Rep. R.          name and address of the person that prepared an instrument that
   Haynes (R)       conveys or encumbers the title to real estate or personal property to
                    appear anywhere within the instrument. Removes provision that
                    refunds filing fee to the person who paid the fee if the instrument is
                    not recorded properly by the register.
                    SB2961 - Sen. K. Yager (R) - 01/30/2012 - Referred to Senate


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                   Judiciary.
9. HB3398          Criminal Law: Forfeiture of personal property by sexual
   Rep. D.         offender. States that if a sexual offender uses real or personal
   Maggart (R)     property to violate a provision of the sex offender registry, and the
                   victim was a minor, then the property is subject to forfeiture.
                   SB3635 - Sen. K. Roberts (R) - 03/08/2012 - Set for Senate Judiciary
                   Committee 03/13/12.
                   Position: Monitor
15. HB2888         Criminal Law: Filing a lien without legal basis. Creates Class E
    Rep. E.        felony for the act of causing to be prepared, signing, or filing a lien or
    Watson (R)     like document on any person or property when there is no reasonable
                   basis for assuming the party has any legal cause to place such lien.
                   Authorizes the court to remove from record such lien, declare it void
                   upon final conviction of this offense, and remove any cloud on the
                   title that may have arisen.
                   SB2890 - Sen. B. Kelsey (R) - 01/26/2012 - Referred to Senate
                   Judiciary.
                   Position: Monitor

10:30am - LP 12 - Senate State & Local Government Committee

Budget Presentations: Tennessee Housing Development Agency; Tennessee Corrections
Institute. MEMBERS: Chair Sen. K. Yager (R), Vice Chair Sen. J. Johnson (R), Secretary
Sen. L. Finney (D), Sen. S. Campfield (R), Sen. M. Faulk (R), Sen. T. Harper (D), Sen. J.
Haynes (D), Sen. B. Ketron (R), Sen. M. Norris (R)
7. SB3648           Property & Housing: Development applications and regulations.
    Sen. J. Tracy Clarifies that development regulations that are in effect on the date of
    (R)             a development application submission shall govern the review of and
                    any decision on that development; no ordinance or regulation adopted
                    after submission shall be applicable unless it addresses a life
                    threatening safety hazard. Specifies that preliminary approval for
                    planned development will remain effective for five years; in the case
                    of phased projects, the terms and conditions from the first phase will
                    last through the next phase so long as it is approved no more than five
                    years after the previous phase.
                    HB3696 - Rep. J. Gotto (R) - 03/07/2012 - Referred to TACIR for
                    study.
                    Position: Realtors: monitor
9. SB3651          Property & Housing: Zoning regulations - on-site signs. Creates
   Sen. J. Tracy   the "Tennessee Nonconforming Property Act." Allows on-site signs
   (R)             for structures that are rebuilt to non-conform to existing zoning
                   regulations similar to off-site signs.
                   HB3698 - Rep. J. Gotto (R) - 03/07/2012 - Referred to TACIR for
                   study.
                   Position: Realtors: monitor


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14. SB3114        Property & Housing: Expands nonconforming uses to those on
    Sen. K. Yager contiguous land. Expands nonconforming uses to those on
    (R)           contiguous land under common ownership by the affected business
                  and another party or parties at the time of the change in the zoning
                  regulations.
                  HB2989 - Rep. R. Haynes (R) - 03/08/2012 - Set for House General
                  Subcommittee of State & Local Government 03/14/12.
                  Position: Realtors: oppose
38. SB2855        Taxes Property: Parcel identification numbers for subdivided
    Sen. K. Yager lots. Requires property assessor to set parcel identification numbers
    (R)           for subdivided lots effective at time of division and to prorate
                  assessment between parent property and divided parcels.
                  HB2690 - Rep. C. Todd (R) - 03/08/2012 - Set for House General
                  Subcommittee of State & Local Government 03/14/12.
                  Position: Realtors: support
45. SB3129         Taxes Property: Homeowners' association fees - tax lien seizure.
    Sen. E.        Exempts the state and local governmental entities from liability for
    Stewart (D)    homeowners' association fees and certain obligations when the
                   governmental entity acquires real property to enforce its tax lien.
                   HB2430 - Rep. J. Matheny (R) - 03/08/2012 - Set for House General
                   Subcommittee of State & Local Government 03/14/12.
                   Position: Realtors: oppose

1:30pm - LP 16 - House State & Local Government Committee

MEMBERS: Chair Rep. B. Ramsey (R), Vice Chair Rep. R. Haynes (R), Rep. T. Brown
(D), Rep. J. Cobb (R), Rep. V. Dean (R), Rep. B. Dunn (R), Rep. J. Evans (R), Rep. J.
Gotto (R), Rep. G. McCormick (R), Rep. L. Miller (D), Rep. A. Parkinson (D), Rep. M.
Pruitt (D), Rep. H. Tindell (D), Rep. C. Todd (R), Rep. M. Turner (D), Rep. E. Watson
(R), Rep. K. Williams (I)
11. HB3463          Local Government: Housing authorities - merging or dissolving.
    Rep. J.         Allows housing authorities to enter into management agreements with
    Armstrong       other authorities. Establishes procedures for housing authorities to
    (D)             merge or dissolve.
                    SB3007 - Sen. B. Massey (R) - 03/06/2012 - Senate State & Local
                    Government recommended. Sent to Calendar Committee.
                    Position: Realtors: monitor
14. HB3670         Property & Housing: Stabilization of blighted neighborhoods.
    Rep. J. Turner Authorizes local governments to create grant programs to provide
    (D)            funding to home owners and developers who invest in blighted
                   property for the purpose of providing stabilization of the value of the
                   neighborhood and increase the value of such property. The creation of
                   such programs will be subject to review by attorney general and
                   reporter and approval by the attorney general.
                   SB3424 - Sen. B. Marrero (D) - 03/06/2012 - Senate State & Local


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                   Government deferred to 03/20/2012.
34. HB2265       Taxes Property: Sale of real estate acquired at delinquent tax
    Rep. G.      sales. Establishes a sweat equity homestead program that offers
    Hardaway (D) eligible individuals or families a home ownership incentive to acquire
                 certain real property in exchange for sweat equity. Authorizes
                 counties and cities to sell real estate acquired at delinquent tax sales
                 to adjoining property owners at a 25 percent discount in exchange for
                 sweat equity. Broadly captioned.
                 SB3485 - Sen. R. Tate (D) - 02/01/2012 - Referred to Senate State &
                 Local Government.
                 Position: Realtors: monitor
36. HB2438       Professions & Licensure: Removes requirement for county to bid
    Rep. V. Dean for seized property. Authorizes, instead of requires, a county to offer
    (R)          a bid at a sale of property for delinquent county taxes when there are
                 no other bidders for the property.
                 SB2293 - Sen. B. Watson (R) - 01/13/2012 - Referred to Senate State
                 & Local Government.
                 Position: Support
41. HB2911         Taxes Business: Energy efficient commercial building tax
    Rep. R.        deductions. Requires the state building commission to allocate the
    Haynes (R)     energy efficient commercial building tax deduction to the person
                   primarily responsible for designing the property. Authority is
                   retroactive.
                   SB2735 - Sen. J. Johnson (R) - 01/26/2012 - Referred to Senate State
                   & Local Government.
                   Position: Realtors: monitor

1:30pm - LP 12 - Senate Commerce, Labor & Agriculture Committee

Budget Presentation: Department of Healthcare Finance and Administration.
MEMBERS: Chair Sen. J. Johnson (R), Vice Chair Sen. M. Faulk (R), Secretary Sen. C.
Burks (D), Sen. M. Beavers (R), Sen. D. Gresham (R), Sen. S. Southerland (R), Sen. E.
Stewart (D), Sen. R. Tate (D), Sen. J. Tracy (R)
3. SB2610           Property & Housing: Uniform Landlord & Tenant Act - counties
    Sen. C. Burks with 75,000 plus. Limits application of the Uniform Residential
    (D)             Landlord and Tenant Act to counties having a population of more
                    than 75,000 instead of 68,000.
                    HB2683 - Rep. R. Williams (R) - 02/23/2012 - House passed.
                    Position: Monitor
8. SB2992        Labor Law: Employment discrimination - handgun ownership by
   Sen. M. Faulk applicant. Prohibits public and private employers from requiring an
   (R)           employee or applicant for employment to disclose information about
                 owning, possessing, using, or transporting a firearm, unless it is used
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                   conditioning employment, rights, benefits, privileges, or opportunities
                   on such information. Allows victims of such discrimination to bring
                   civil action against employers in violation. Broadly captioned.
                   HB3559 - Rep. E. Bass (D) - 03/08/2012 - Set for House General
                   Subcommittee of Consumer & Employee Affairs 03/14/12.
19. SB2486         Criminal Law: Theft by a home improvement contractor. Adds an
    Sen. J.        element to the offense of theft by a home improvement services
    Johnson (R)    provider. Requires contractor to provide residential owner or United
                   States Postal Service a correct forwarding address. Includes as a
                   consumer protection violation failure of a contractor to provide a
                   current or forwarding address to the residential owner if the person
                   changes the address initially provided to the owner.
                   HB2281 - Rep. B. Dunn (R) - 02/16/2012 - House passed.
                   Position: Monitor
27. SB2429         Retail Trade: Pawnshops in Anderson County must keep
    Sen. R.        computer records. Adds pawnshops in Anderson County list of
    McNally (R)    counties required to maintain computer records of all transactions of
                   goods sold and pledged. Requires said pawnbrokers to take thumb or
                   fingerprint of pledgor and maintain it for five years.
                   HB2404 - Rep. J. Ragan (R) - 02/22/2012 - House General
                   Subcommittee of Commerce deferred to last calendar.
                   Position: Realtors: monitor
29. SB2944         Taxes Property: Residential real estate held by LLCs. States that
    Sen. M.        real estate owned by LLCs and used as low-income housing shall be
    Norris (R)     treated as federally assisted housing for purposes of property taxes.
                   HB2974 - Rep. G. McCormick (R) - 03/08/2012 - Set for House
                   General Subcommittee of Commerce 03/14/12.
                   Position: Realtors: support

1:30pm - LP 12 - Senate Commerce, Labor & Agriculture Committee Calendar 2

MEMBERS: Chair Sen. J. Johnson (R), Vice Chair Sen. M. Faulk (R), Secretary Sen. C.
Burks (D), Sen. M. Beavers (R), Sen. D. Gresham (R), Sen. S. Southerland (R), Sen. E.
Stewart (D), Sen. R. Tate (D), Sen. J. Tracy (R)
11. SB3137          Banking & Credit: Family members and private trusts. Requires
    Sen. M. Faulk anyone who buys real estate sold for delinquent taxes to record a copy
    (R)             of the judicial decree that ordered the sale.
                    HB3338 - Rep. J. Faison (R) - 03/08/2012 - Set for House General
                    Subcommittee of Commerce 03/14/12.
                    Position: Monitor
18. SB2884         Property & Housing: Disclosure and cancellations provisions for
    Sen. J.        time-shares. Requires the public offering statement for a time-share
    Haynes (D)     interval to include a specified statement regarding any restraints on
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                  interval being determined by the personal experience, not as an
                  investment opportunity. Authorizes a purchaser who made an on-site
                  inspection to void a contract up to 20, rather than 10, days after
                  signing. Authorizes a purchaser who did not make an on-site
                  inspection to void a contract up to 30, rather than 15, days after
                  signing. Authorizes a person to void a contract via electronic mail.
                  Requires the electronic mail address of the seller be included in the
                  contract. Prohibits waiver of the rescission rights.
                  HB3194 - Rep. M. Stewart (D) - 03/08/2012 - Set for House General
                  Subcommittee of Commerce 03/14/12.
                  Position: Realtors: monitor
19. SB1296        Property & Housing: TN Home Construction Jobs Development
    Sen. J.       Act. Creates "The TN Home Construction Jobs Development Act."
    Johnson (R)   Requires the TN housing development agency to make a grant of
                  $6,000 to a person who finances the purchase of a newly constructed
                  or never occupied residence in TN using a 30-year fixed interest rate.
                  Prohibits a person with the income of $75,000 single or $150,000
                  married couples from receiving the grant. Requires the agency to
                  create rules for determining the manner of payment of a grant,
                  including establishing a limit on the time for which the funds for a
                  grant can remain in escrow, which cannot exceed 90 days. Establishes
                  the home construction jobs restricted special revenue fund. Requires
                  monies in the fund to be appropriated in the general appropriations
                  act and expended to fund grants made by the TN housing corporation.
                  HB730 - Rep. G. Casada (R) - 03/08/2012 - Set for House General
                  Subcommittee of Commerce 03/14/12.
20. SB2481        Environment & Nature: Requires home seller to disclose adjacent
    Sen. J.       wildlife area. Requires sellers of residential property to disclose
    Johnson (R)   whether a wildlife management area is located within 300 feet of the
                  property line. (Broadly captioned)
                  HB2457 - Rep. J. Gotto (R) - 03/08/2012 - Set for House General
                  Subcommittee of Commerce 03/14/12.
                  Position: Monitor
37. SB3193        Banking & Credit: Pawnbrokers' daily transaction report filing
    Sen. B.       requirement. Requires pawnbrokers to deliver their daily transaction
    Massey (R)    reports to the appropriate law enforcement agency by noon of the day
                  following the transaction day, rather than within 48 hours following
                  the day of the transactions.
                  HB3299 - Rep. B. Dunn (R) - 02/01/2012 - Referred to House
                  General Subcommittee of Commerce.
                  Position: Realtors: monitor
38. SB3396        Criminal Law: Scrap metal & jewelry dealers to have a computer
    Sen. B.       system. Requires scrap jewelry and metal dealers to have a computer
    Massey (R)    system in operation to log certain information if so requested by a law
                  enforcement agency. Requires such dealers to photograph their


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                    inventory and retain such photographs for two years.
                    HB3823 - Rep. B. Dunn (R) - 02/06/2012 - Referred to House
                    Commerce.
                    Position: Realtors: monitor
39. SB3397          Banking & Credit: Pawnbrokers to have a computer system.
    Sen. B.         Establishes thumbprint as acceptable ID for pawn transactions. Ends
    Massey (R)      pilot thumbprint program in Knox and Shelby counties. Requires
                    pawn shop to photograph jewelry, coins and precious metals.
                    Mandates that pawn shops have computer systems for transmitting
                    information to law enforcement agencies.
                    HB3822 - Rep. J. Carr (R) - 03/08/2012 - Set for House General
                    Subcommittee of Commerce 03/14/12.
                    Position: Monitor
53. SB2492          Property & Housing: Sprinkler requirements in local building
    Sen. J. Tracy   codes. Prohibits local governments from adopting building codes that
    (R)             are more stringent than state building codes regarding sprinkler
                    systems in one-family and two-family dwellings.
                    HB2639 - Rep. E. Watson (R) - 03/08/2012 - Set for House
                    Commerce Committee 03/13/12.
                    Position: Realtors: support
54. SB2811          Banking & Credit: Bonding of scrap jewelry and metal dealers.
    Sen. J. Tracy   Requires pawnbrokers and dealers of jewelry and precious metals for
    (R)             resale to provide proof they maintain a sufficient surety bond in an
                    amount of no less than $100,000.
                    HB2608 - Rep. K. Brooks (R) - 03/08/2012 - Set for House
                    Commerce Committee 03/13/12.
                    Position: Realtors: monitor
55. SB2895          Professions & Licensure: Time frame for maintaining scrap
    Sen. J. Tracy   metal transactions. Increases from three years to four years the
    (R)             amount of time a scrap metal dealer must maintain records of scrap
                    metal transactions on site and available for inspection.
                    HB3246 - Rep. J. Matheny (R) - 03/08/2012 - Set for House General
                    Subcommittee of Commerce 03/14/12.
                    Position: Realtors: monitor

3:00pm - LP 16 - House Finance, Ways & Means Committee

Budget Hearings: K-12 Education, Mr. Kevin Huffman, Commissioner; Tennessee State
Board of Education, Mr. Gary Nixon, Executive Director; Books from Birth Foundation.
MEMBERS: Chair Rep. C. Sargent (R), Vice Chair Rep. M. Harrison (R), Secretary Rep.
C. Johnson (R), Rep. D. Alexander (R), Rep. J. Armstrong (D), Rep. H. Brooks (R), Rep.
K. Brooks (R), Rep. T. Brown (D), Rep. S. Campbell (R), Rep. J. Carr (R), Rep. J. Coley
(R), Rep. L. DeBerry (D), Rep. J. Eldridge (R), Rep. C. Fitzhugh (D), Rep. S. Hall (R),
Rep. D. Hawk (R), Rep. J. Matheny (R), Rep. G. McCormick (R), Rep. S. McDaniel (R),



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Rep. L. Miller (D), Rep. J. Naifeh (D), Rep. G. Odom (D), Rep. D. Roach (R), Rep. J.
Shaw (D), Rep. H. Tindell (D)
2. HB2352          Banking & Credit: Investigation of mortgage lender, mortgage
   Rep. G.         loan broker. Authorizes commissioner of financial institutions to
   McCormick establish a fee for conducting off-site investigations of any mortgage
   (R)             lender, mortgage loan broker, mortgage loan servicer, or mortgage loan
                   originator. (Part of Administration Package 2012)
                   SB2214 - Sen. M. Norris (R) - 02/16/2012 - Senate passed.
                   Position: Monitor

3:30pm - LP 12 - Senate Judiciary Committee

Presentation: Advisory Commission on Rules of Practice and Procedure, James M.
Doran, Jr., Chairman Lee Ramsey, Reporter. Please see ADDENDUM. MEMBERS:
Chair Sen. M. Beavers (R), Vice Chair Sen. D. Overbey (R), Secretary Sen. M. Bell (R),
Sen. T. Barnes (D), Sen. S. Campfield (R), Sen. O. Ford (D), Sen. B. Kelsey (R), Sen. B.
Marrero (D), Sen. K. Yager (R)
7. SB3635           Criminal Law: Forfeiture of personal property by sexual
    Sen. K.         offender. States that if a sexual offender uses real or personal
    Roberts (R)     property to violate a provision of the sex offender registry, and the
                    victim was a minor, then the property is subject to forfeiture.
                    HB3398 - Rep. D. Maggart (R) - 03/08/2012 - Set for House
                    Judiciary Committee 03/13/12.
                    Position: Monitor
12. SB3002        Criminal Law: Storing guns in locked, personal vehicles. Prohibits
    Sen. M. Faulk any business entity, real property owner, or employer from
    (R)           prohibiting individuals licensed to carry firearms from keeping
                  firearms or ammunition out of sight and securely locked in a privately
                  owned personal vehicle where said vehicle is otherwise permitted to
                  be, including school property. Allows civil action for injuries and
                  damages caused by a violation of this. Broadly captioned.
                  HB3560 - Rep. E. Bass (D) - 03/08/2012 - Set for House General
                  Subcommittee of Consumer & Employee Affairs 03/14/12.
                  Position: Realtors: monitor

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

8:30am - LP 31 - House General Subcommittee of Judiciary

Subcommittee will also meet at 3:30pm in LP 31 to continue the calendar. Please see
ADDENDUM. MEMBERS: Chair Rep. J. Coley (R), Vice Chair Rep. V. Dennis (R), Rep.
E. Bass (D), Rep. K. Camper (D), Rep. J. Lundberg (R), Rep. J. Matheny (R), Rep. B.
Rich (R), Rep. J. Sontany (D), Rep. E. Watson (R)
20. HB22            Property & Housing: Writs of possession: changes and
    Rep. G.         requirements. Requires 24-hour written notice of approximate time


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    Hardaway (D) of removal pursuant to writ of possession related to a forcible entry
                 and detainer or ejectment. Requires the removal of such property
                 according to the writ of possession to occur between 8 am and 5 pm.
                 Requires plaintiff to create an inventory list, explain existing damage
                 to defendant's property, and sign the document with the sheriff
                 executing the such writ of possession. Holds plaintiff liable for
                 damages to defendant's removed personal property if notice
                 requirements are not followed. Requires writs of possession related to
                 ejectment to be issued 10 or more days after the court order.
                 SB2051 - Sen. O. Ford (D) - 04/19/2011 - Taken off notice in Senate
                 Commerce, Labor & Agriculture.
29. HB3304        Local Government: Chronic Nuisance Property Act. Enacts the
    Rep. R. Floyd "Chronic Nuisance Property Act." Requires the chief of police or
    (R)           building inspector to send a written warning to persons responsible
                  for nuisance properties if said authorities receive documentation
                  confirming the occurrence of three or more nuisance activities, as
                  defined, within a 60 day period on any property. Persons responsible
                  for such properties will be offered an opportunity to abate the
                  nuisance activities; if such activities are not abated and legal action is
                  sought, the property shall be secured and assessed up to a $50 per day
                  fine. Further action shall be taken by the city attorney if necessary.
                  SB3623 - Sen. B. Watson (R) - 02/01/2012 - Referred to Senate
                  Judiciary.
                  Position: Realtors: monitor
33. HB2983          Tort Liability: Codifies the liability of a landowner to a
    Rep. V.         trespasser. Establishes that a person possessing real property owes
    Dennis (R)      only a limited duty of care to a trespasser. Allows possessor to use
                    force to end a trespass or criminal offense. Holds possessor liable for
                    injury or death to a minor trespasser from an attractive nuisance or
                    other dangerous condition. States that the section does not create or
                    expand any liability under current law.
                    SB2719 - Sen. B. Kelsey (R) - 01/26/2012 - Referred to Senate
                    Judiciary.
                    Position: Realtors: support
36. HB3572          Property & Housing: Private property rights regarding
    Rep. R.         government interference. Defines "private property rights" to clarify
    Womick (R)      meaning of unwarranted government interference with such rights.
                    Provides private property owners do not have to accommodate to
                    local "Sustainable Development" policies. Prohibits government from
                    imposing certain zoning restrictions, ordinances or fines regarding
                    aesthetic landscaping, and interfering with interior or exterior aspects
                    of a home on private property. Limits eminent domain.
                    SB3408 - Sen. M. Beavers (R) - 02/01/2012 - Referred to Senate
                    Judiciary.
                    Position: Realtors: monitor


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74. HB2781         Judiciary: Suit for trespass. Authorizes an action for trespass to be
    Rep. M.        brought in any court of general jurisdiction in county where trespass
    Stewart (D)    occurred or where the trespasser resides. Broadly captioned.
                   SB2664 - Sen. J. Haynes (D) - 01/25/2012 - Referred to Senate
                   Judiciary.
                   Position: Monitor

8:30am - LP 30 - House General Subcommittee of State & Local Government

Subcommittee will meet at 3:30pm to continue the calendar. IF NEEDED. MEMBERS:
Chair Rep. R. Haynes (R), Rep. T. Brown (D), Rep. J. Cobb (R), Rep. G. McCormick (R),
Rep. L. Miller (D), Rep. B. Ramsey (R), Rep. C. Todd (R), Rep. M. Turner (D), Rep. K.
Williams (I)
3. HB2430           Taxes Property: Homeowners' association fees - tax lien seizure.
    Rep. J.         Exempts the state and local governmental entities from liability for
    Matheny (R) homeowners' association fees and certain obligations when the
                    governmental entity acquires real property to enforce its tax lien.
                    SB3129 - Sen. E. Stewart (D) - 03/08/2012 - Set for Senate State &
                    Local Government Committee 03/13/12.
                    Position: Realtors: oppose
6. HB3663          Campaigns & Lobbying: PACs can use funds only for
   Rep. C.         contributions and expenditures. Prohibits PACs from using any
   Fitzhugh (D)    funds for anything other than a contribution or expenditure. Adds to
                   definition of "contribution" monies received for defraying legal
                   expenses an officeholder or candidate incurred in connection with an
                   election or campaign.
                   SB3274 - Sen. L. Finney (D) - 02/01/2012 - Referred to Senate State
                   & Local Government.
                   Position: Oppose
8. HB1075          Local Government: Design review commissions. Authorizes any
   Rep. D.         county legislative body to create a design review commission (DRC),
   Maggart (R)     which will have the authority to develop general guidelines for the
                   exterior appearance of nonresidential property, multiple family
                   residential property, and any entrance to a nonresidential
                   development within the county.
                   SB1716 - Sen. K. Yager (R) - 02/23/2012 - Re-referred to Senate
                   Calendar Committee.
                   Position: Monitor
17. HB3519         Government Organization: Abolishes the metropolitan planning
    Rep. F.        commission. Abolishes the metropolitan planning commission of
    Niceley (R)    Knox County. Transfers all duties, responsibilities and functions of
                   the commission to the Knox County Legislative Body.
                   SB3363 - Sen. S. Campfield (R) - 02/01/2012 - Referred to Senate
                   State & Local Government.
                   Position: Oppose


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22. HB2818         Property & Housing: Development - no county-wide zoning.
    Rep. J. Faison Creates different requirements for subdivisions and development in
    (R)            counties in which county-wide zoning has not been enacted.
                   SB2878 - Sen. S. Southerland (R) - 01/26/2012 - Referred to Senate
                   State & Local Government.
                   Position: Realtors: monitor
28. HB2996        Property & Housing: Owners of blighted property to be listed on
    Rep. A.       Internet. Requires municipalities to report to the secretary of the
    Parkinson (D) state the owner and address of commercial property that is blighted,
                  deteriorated, or unfit for human occupation. Requires the secretary of
                  state to publish the information on their website until the condition of
                  the property has changed.
                  SB2933 - Sen. M. Norris (R) - 01/30/2012 - Referred to Senate State
                  & Local Government.
                  Position: Realtors: monitor
30. HB3683        Property & Housing: Prohibits truck stops within 1/2 a mile of
    Rep. J. Towns residential area. Prohibits a municipal, county or regional planning
    Jr. (D)       commission or any municipal or county legislative body from
                  authorizing a truck stop, travel center or a diesel refueling station
                  within one-half mile of a residential neighborhood. Specifies that bill
                  is only applicable to Davidson and Shelby counties.
                  SB3560 - Sen. J. Kyle Jr. (D) - 02/01/2012 - Referred to Senate State
                  & Local Government.
                  Position: Realtors: monitor
32. HB3674        Property & Housing: Neighborhood establishments that might be
    Rep. J. Towns detrimental. Requires reasonable public notice and a public hearing
    Jr. (D)       before any business or establishment that may be considered injurious
                  to the neighborhood in which it plans to locate receives final approval
                  by the municipality to begin operations. Specifies that this
                  requirement applies to nuclear plants, truck stops, refueling stations,
                  adult-oriented establishments, and businesses which emit foul-
                  smelling odors.
                  SB3752 - Sen. O. Ford (D) - 02/01/2012 - Referred to Senate State &
                  Local Government.
40. HB2737          Taxes Property: Property tax relief for spouses of deceased war
    Rep. J. Pitts   veterans. Extends property tax relief to the surviving spouse of a
    (D)             veteran whose death results from a service-connected disability.
                    SB2356 - Sen. T. Barnes (D) - 02/21/2012 - Taken off notice in
                    Senate State & Local Government.
                    Position: Realtors: support
47. HB3647          Local Government: Landowners held responsible for securing
    Rep. K.         vacant property. Authorizes corporate authorities of municipalities
    Camper (D)      to hold landowners responsible for maintaining and securing vacant
                    property. Authorizes municipalities to establish registries by which to
                    effect service of process and notice on landowners.


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                   SB3501 - Sen. R. Tate (D) - 02/01/2012 - Referred to Senate State &
                   Local Government.
                   Position: Realtors: oppose
56. HB2921         Taxes Property: Preemption of impact fees or adequate facilities
    Rep. M.        taxes. Prohibits impact fees or adequate facilities taxes from being
    Sparks (R)     imposed on age-exclusive developments for persons 55 and older if
                   children as permanent residents are also excluded. Clarifies that
                   nothing in this act shall prevent a city or county from reducing an
                   impact fee or adequate facility tax which is in effect prior to this act
                   or from revising the private act or charter provision to remove
                   specific types of property from being subject to the impact fee or
                   adequate facility tax.
                   SB3029 - Sen. S. Campfield (R) - 01/30/2012 - Referred to Senate
                   State & Local Government.
                   Position: Realtors: support
60. HB2877        Local Government: Eminent domain - housing authorities.
    Rep. J. Gotto Eliminates the power of eminent domain for housing authorities and
    (R)           permits governing bodies to institute eminent domain proceedings on
                  behalf of housing authorities.
                  SB2745 - Sen. J. Johnson (R) - 01/26/2012 - Referred to Senate
                  Judiciary.
                  Position: Realtors: monitor
65. HB1792       Property & Housing: Energy audits of state buildings. Requires
    Rep. G.      owners of commercial buildings within the state to have a
    Hardaway (D) comprehensive energy audit conducted on such buildings and to
                 conspicuously display the results of such audit by October 1, 2011.
                 Also requires comprehensive energy audits for all state buildings and
                 state-owned facilities.
                 SB1586 - Sen. B. Marrero (D) - 03/01/2011 - Referred to Senate State
                 & Local Government.
69. HB2690       Taxes Property: Parcel identification numbers for subdivided
    Rep. C. Todd lots. Requires property assessor to set parcel identification numbers
    (R)          for subdivided lots effective at time of division and to prorate
                 assessment between parent property and divided parcels.
                 SB2855 - Sen. K. Yager (R) - 03/08/2012 - Set for Senate State &
                 Local Government Committee 03/13/12.
                 Position: Realtors: support
74. HB2989         Property & Housing: Expands nonconforming uses to those on
    Rep. R.        contiguous land. Expands nonconforming uses to those on
    Haynes (R)     contiguous land under common ownership by the affected business
                   and another party or parties at the time of the change in the zoning
                   regulations.
                   SB3114 - Sen. K. Yager (R) - 03/08/2012 - Set for Senate State &
                   Local Government Committee 03/13/12.
                   Position: Realtors: oppose


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10:00am - LP 12 - Senate Energy and Environment Committee

Please note that Item 13, SB 2753, was taken off notice on 03/07/12. MEMBERS: Chair
Sen. S. Southerland (R), Vice Chair Sen. J. Johnson (R), Secretary Sen. J. Summerville
(R), Sen. M. Bell (R), Sen. M. Faulk (R), Sen. R. Herron (D), Sen. B. Marrero (D), Sen. K.
Roberts (R), Sen. E. Stewart (D)
3. SB1759          Environment & Nature: Notice to adjacent landowners regarding
   Sen. B.         burning. Requires persons setting fires to woods or other property to
   Ketron (R)      give a minimum of three days notice to adjacent landowners. Current
                   law specifies two days notice.
                   HB1572 - Rep. A. Swann (R) - 03/08/2012 - Set for House General
                   Subcommittee of Conservation & Environment 03/13/12.
7. SB3080        Property & Housing: Selling or purchasing development rights.
   Sen. K. Yager Authorizes any town, city, county, county with a metropolitan
   (R)           government, the state or any not-for-profit to purchase, preserve, and
                 sell development rights.
                 HB2765 - Rep. C. Sargent (R) - 03/08/2012 - Set for House
                 Conservation & Environment Committee 03/14/12.
                 Position: Realtors: monitor
8. SB2127          Agriculture: TWRA cannot regulate wild hog hunting on private
   Sen. M. Bell    property. Removes authority from the TWRA and the wildlife
   (R)             resources commission to promulgate any rules or regulations regarding
                   the hunting of wild hogs on private property, with the exception made
                   for existing law.
                   HB2173 - Rep. J. Forgety (R) - 01/24/2012 - Referred to House
                   General Subcommittee of Conservation & Environment.
                   Position: Monitor



11:00am - LP 31 - House General Subcommittee of Consumer & Employee Affairs

MEMBERS: Chair Rep. M. White (R), Vice Chair Rep. J. Matlock (R), Rep. G. Casada
(R), Rep. J. Eldridge (R), Rep. G. Hardaway (D), Rep. G. Moore Sr. (D), Rep. J. Towns
Jr. (D)
9. HB3660           Criminal Law: Firearms in workplace parking area. Requires
     Rep. D. Miller employers to permit employees to carry firearms in their locked
     (R)            motor vehicles when parking in a parking area that is open to the
                    public generally. Confers immunity upon the employer for damages
                    arising out of occurrence with a stored firearm.
                    SB3451 - Sen. S. Southerland (R) - 02/01/2012 - Referred to Senate
                    Judiciary.
                    Position: Realtors: monitor
18. HB3559          Labor Law: Employment discrimination - handgun ownership by
    Rep. E. Bass    applicant. Prohibits public and private employers from requiring an


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    (D)             employee or applicant for employment to disclose information about
                    owning, possessing, using, or transporting a firearm, unless it is used
                    in fulfilling the duties of employment. Prohibits employers from
                    conditioning employment, rights, benefits, privileges, or opportunities
                    on such information. Allows victims of such discrimination to bring
                    civil action against employers in violation. Broadly captioned.
                    SB2992 - Sen. M. Faulk (R) - 03/08/2012 - Set for Senate Commerce,
                    Labor & Agriculture Committee 03/13/12.
19. HB3560          Criminal Law: Storing guns in locked, personal vehicles. Prohibits
    Rep. E. Bass    any business entity, real property owner, or employer from
    (D)             prohibiting individuals licensed to carry firearms from keeping
                    firearms or ammunition out of sight and securely locked in a privately
                    owned personal vehicle where said vehicle is otherwise permitted to
                    be, including school property. Allows civil action for injuries and
                    damages caused by a violation of this. Broadly captioned.
                    SB3002 - Sen. M. Faulk (R) - 03/08/2012 - Set for Senate Judiciary
                    Committee 03/13/12.
                    Position: Realtors: monitor

11:00am - LP 29 - House General Subcommittee of Finance

Item 40 was added on the floor. MEMBERS: Chair Rep. M. Harrison (R), Vice Chair
Rep. C. Johnson (R), Rep. K. Brooks (R), Rep. L. DeBerry (D), Rep. C. Fitzhugh (D),
Rep. J. Matheny (R), Rep. G. McCormick (R), Rep. S. McDaniel (R), Rep. J. Naifeh (D),
Rep. G. Odom (D), Rep. D. Roach (R), Rep. C. Sargent (R), Rep. J. Shaw (D), Rep. H.
Tindell (D)
8. HB3255         Taxes Property: Reduces the rate of assessment for realty
   Rep. R.        recordation tax. Reduces the rate of assessment for the realty
   Haynes (R)     recordation tax by deleting language that forces one to calculate
                  fractions of $100 increments. Tax assessment is now based on
                  rounding down to the nearest $100 dollars of value.
                  SB2962 - Sen. K. Yager (R) - 03/08/2012 - Set for Senate Finance Tax
                  Subcommittee 03/13/12.
                  Position: Realtors: support

12:30pm - LP 29 - House Conservation & Environment Committee

Presentations by: Tennessee Forestry Association, Steve Owen, President; Tennessee
Wildlife Resources Commission. MEMBERS: Chair Rep. D. Hawk (R), Vice Chair Rep.
R. Lollar (R), Secretary Rep. R. Floyd (R), Rep. S. Butt (R), Rep. C. Curtiss (D), Rep. B.
Gilmore (D), Rep. A. Holt (R), Rep. M. Kernell (D), Rep. P. Marsh (R), Rep. M.
McDonald (D), Rep. F. Niceley (R), Rep. A. Swann (R), Rep. J. Tidwell (D)
1. HB2765          Property & Housing: Selling or purchasing development rights.
   Rep. C.         Authorizes any town, city, county, county with a metropolitan
   Sargent (R)     government, the state or any not-for-profit to purchase, preserve, and


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                   sell development rights.
                   SB3080 - Sen. K. Yager (R) - 03/08/2012 - Set for Senate Energy and
                   Environment Committee 03/14/12.
                   Position: Realtors: monitor

2:00pm - LP 29 - House General Subcommittee of Commerce

MEMBERS: Chair Rep. J. Lundberg (R), Vice Chair Rep. P. Marsh (R), Rep. C. Curtiss
(D), Rep. J. Favors (D), Rep. B. Harmon (D), Rep. R. Haynes (R), Rep. S. McManus (R),
Rep. R. Montgomery (R), Rep. J. Pitts (D), Rep. D. Roach (R), Rep. C. Sargent (R), Rep.
D. Shepard (D), Rep. K. Williams (I)
1. HB3740           Property & Housing: Possessory interest in a deed of trust or
    Rep. D.         mortgage. Prohibits the transfer of a possessory interest in a deed of
    Alexander (R) trust, mortgage or other lien securing the payment of money or other
                    thing of value on an owner-occupied residence while a foreclosure is
                    pending.
                    SB3571 - Sen. E. Stewart (D) - 02/01/2012 - Referred to Senate
                    Commerce, Labor & Agriculture.
                    Position: Realtors: monitor
5. HB2457        Environment & Nature: Requires home seller to disclose adjacent
   Rep. J. Gotto wildlife area. Requires sellers of residential property to disclose
   (R)           whether a wildlife management area is located within 300 feet of the
                 property line. (Broadly captioned)
                 SB2481 - Sen. J. Johnson (R) - 03/08/2012 - Set for Senate
                 Commerce, Labor & Agriculture Committee Calendar 2 03/13/12.
                 Position: Monitor
9. HB3246           Professions & Licensure: Time frame for maintaining scrap
   Rep. J.          metal transactions. Increases from three years to four years the
   Matheny (R)      amount of time a scrap metal dealer must maintain records of scrap
                    metal transactions on site and available for inspection.
                    SB2895 - Sen. J. Tracy (R) - 03/08/2012 - Set for Senate Commerce,
                    Labor & Agriculture Committee Calendar 2 03/13/12.
                    Position: Realtors: monitor
11. HB2974          Taxes Property: Residential real estate held by LLCs. States that
    Rep. G.         real estate owned by LLCs and used as low-income housing shall be
    McCormick       treated as federally assisted housing for purposes of property taxes.
    (R)             SB2944 - Sen. M. Norris (R) - 03/08/2012 - Set for Senate
                    Commerce, Labor & Agriculture Committee 03/13/12.
                    Position: Realtors: support
15. HB3822          Banking & Credit: Pawnbrokers to have a computer system.
    Rep. J. Carr    Establishes thumbprint as acceptable ID for pawn transactions. Ends
    (R)             pilot thumbprint program in Knox and Shelby counties. Requires
                    pawn shop to photograph jewelry, coins and precious metals.
                    Mandates that pawn shops have computer systems for transmitting



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                   information to law enforcement agencies.
                   SB3397 - Sen. B. Massey (R) - 03/08/2012 - Set for Senate
                   Commerce, Labor & Agriculture Committee Calendar 2 03/13/12.
                   Position: Monitor
16. HB730          Property & Housing: TN Home Construction Jobs Development
    Rep. G.        Act. Creates "The TN Home Construction Jobs Development Act."
    Casada (R)     Requires the TN housing development agency to make a grant of
                   $6,000 to a person who finances the purchase of a newly constructed
                   or never occupied residence in TN using a 30-year fixed interest rate.
                   Prohibits a person with the income of $75,000 single or $150,000
                   married couples from receiving the grant. Requires the agency to
                   create rules for determining the manner of payment of a grant,
                   including establishing a limit on the time for which the funds for a
                   grant can remain in escrow, which cannot exceed 90 days. Establishes
                   the home construction jobs restricted special revenue fund. Requires
                   monies in the fund to be appropriated in the general appropriations
                   act and expended to fund grants made by the TN housing corporation.
                   SB1296 - Sen. J. Johnson (R) - 03/08/2012 - Set for Senate
                   Commerce, Labor & Agriculture Committee Calendar 2 03/13/12.
26. HB3567        Property & Housing: Fire suppression services on real estate
    Rep. B.       disclosure form. Changes the Tennessee Residential Property
    Sanderson (R) Condition Disclosure form, requiring respondents to include which
                  fire service organization provides fire suppression services to the
                  property and disclose the amount and frequency of any fire protection
                  tax or related fee for services from the fire service organization.
                  Requires fire service organizations to respond for requests of such
                  information within ten business days.
                  SB2870 - Sen. S. Southerland (R) - 01/26/2012 - Referred to Senate
                  Commerce, Labor & Agriculture.
                  Position: Realtors: monitor
30. HB1534         Property & Housing: Disclosures regarding timeshares. Revises
    Rep. M.        certain disclosures relative to timeshares. Prohibits advertising of any
    Stewart (D)    timeshare with respect to its investment merit or profit potential.
                   SB1067 - Sen. J. Haynes (D) - 05/03/2011 - Taken off notice in
                   Senate Commerce, Labor & Agriculture.
32. HB3194         Property & Housing: Disclosure and cancellations provisions for
    Rep. M.        time-shares. Requires the public offering statement for a time-share
    Stewart (D)    interval to include a specified statement regarding any restraints on
                   alienation. Requires a statement regarding the value of a time-share
                   interval being determined by the personal experience, not as an
                   investment opportunity. Authorizes a purchaser who made an on-site
                   inspection to void a contract up to 20, rather than 10, days after
                   signing. Authorizes a purchaser who did not make an on-site
                   inspection to void a contract up to 30, rather than 15, days after
                   signing. Authorizes a person to void a contract via electronic mail.


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                   Requires the electronic mail address of the seller be included in the
                   contract. Prohibits waiver of the rescission rights.
                   SB2884 - Sen. J. Haynes (D) - 03/08/2012 - Set for Senate
                   Commerce, Labor & Agriculture Committee Calendar 2 03/13/12.
                   Position: Realtors: monitor
38. HB3207       Property & Housing: Reporting of towed vehicle's registration
    Rep. V. Dean info. Requires towing entity to report vehicle registration number,
    (R)          registration information, license plate number, and description of
                 vehicle to local law enforcement prior to removing the vehicle, if
                 owner of vehicle is not present.
                 SB3604 - Sen. J. Haynes (D) - 03/08/2012 - Set for Senate Consent 2
                 03/12/12.
41. HB3338         Banking & Credit: Family members and private trusts. Requires
    Rep. J. Faison anyone who buys real estate sold for delinquent taxes to record a copy
    (R)            of the judicial decree that ordered the sale.
                   SB3137 - Sen. M. Faulk (R) - 03/08/2012 - Set for Senate Commerce,
                   Labor & Agriculture Committee Calendar 2 03/13/12.
                   Position: Monitor
49. HB82         Property & Housing: Rental agreement to include energy audit.
    Rep. G.      Requires rental agreement under Uniform Residential Landlord and
    Hardaway (D) Tenant Act to include, as an addendum, a copy of an energy audit of
                 estimating the energy usage required at dwelling unit.
                 SB2065 - Sen. O. Ford (D) - 04/19/2011 - Taken off notice in Senate
                 Commerce, Labor & Agriculture.
50. HB96         Energy & Mining: Required energy audits for commercial
    Rep. G.      buildings. Requires each owner of a commercial building to have for
    Hardaway (D) that building a comprehensive energy audit conducted; notice of the
                 results of such audit shall be displayed to all tenants and potential
                 tenants of the building.
                 SB1626 - Sen. B. Marrero (D) - 03/01/2011 - Referred to Senate
                 Commerce, Labor & Agriculture.
51. HB107        Property & Housing: Landlords required to furnish energy
    Rep. G.      audits. Requires landlords of residential property to provide an
    Hardaway (D) energy audit on rental property to tenant prior to such tenant entering
                 into lease agreement.
                 SB1627 - Sen. B. Marrero (D) - 03/01/2011 - Referred to Senate
                 Commerce, Labor & Agriculture.




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