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Senate Bill 0253


Senate Bill 0253

ARCHIVE (2009)

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DIGEST OF INTRODUCED BILL


Property ownership information. Provides that the legislative body of a county may adopt an ordinance requiring an owner of real property to provide certain information to the county recorder when an instrument of title to real property located in the county is recorded. Specifies that if such an ordinance is adopted: (1) the address and telephone number of each owner of the real property must be provided to the county recorder if the address of the owner is different from the address of the real property; (2) in the case of an owner that is not an individual, the name, address, and telephone number of an individual who is an officer, employee, director, member, trustee, or manager of the owner and who is authorized to accept any service of process, order, demand, or other notice must be provided to the county recorder; and (3) in the case of an owner who is a nonresident individual, the name, address, and telephone number of the owner must be provided to the county recorder. Provides that if this information becomes outdated or becomes inaccurate, the owner of the property must update the information within 30 days after the information becomes outdated or inaccurate. Provides that if this information is not provided or updated as required, any notice concerning the real property that is sent by the state or a political subdivision to the individual and address most recently provided to the county recorder is considered to be sufficient notice to all owners of the real property.
    Current Status:
     In Committee - first House
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