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House Bill 1663


House Bill 1663

ARCHIVE (2007)

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DIGEST OF HB 1663 (Updated April 27, 2007 3:23 pm - DI 110)


Health and hospital corporation; real property issues. Adds: (1) municipal corporations as local units for purposes of providing group health insurance for public employees; and (2) hospitals and the health and hospital corporation of Marion County as facilities for purposes of voluntary and involuntary treatment of mentally ill individuals. Provides that the health and hospital corporation of Marion County may file certain civil actions. Specifies actions a court may take when a municipal corporation brings certain civil actions. Authorizes the health and hospital corporation of Marion County to: (1) take certain actions; (2) use levied taxes or other funds to make intergovernmental transfers to the state to fund governmental health care programs; (3) condemn property; and (4) issue bonds to procure funds to pay costs of acquiring property and improving property for use as a hospital, a health care facility, or an administrative facility. Requires: (1) bonds to be issued by a resolution of the board of the health and hospital corporation of Marion County; and (2) bonds to be executed by the executive director in the name of the health and hospital corporation of Marion County. Excludes certain hospitals and the health and hospital corporation of Marion County from leasing and lease purchase laws. Amends notice requirements for unsafe building orders. Increases the maximum amount that constitutes a lien against property when employees or contractors of a municipal corporation enter onto that property and take action to bring the property into compliance with an ordinance. Provides that if the mailing address on a conveyance of real property is not a street address or rural route address of the grantee, the conveyance must also include a street address or rural route address of the grantee after the mailing address. Provides that a conveyance may not be recorded after June 30, 2007, unless the conveyance meets this requirement. Provides that if an unsafe building order is issued to a person regarding a premises that is: (1) owned by the person or is being purchased by the person under a contract; and (2) leased to another person; the person must provide to the department administering the unsafe building law the person's name, street address (excluding a post office box address), and phone number. Repeals a provision that requires the board of the health and hospital corporation of Marion County to provide an integrated administrative organization.
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