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House Bill 1219


House Bill 1219

ARCHIVE (2013)

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DIGEST OF HB 1219 (Updated April 16, 2013 4:57 pm - DI 84)


Privacy of home addresses. Beginning July 1, 2014, allows a city, town, county, or township (unit) that operates a public Internet web site data base containing the names and addresses of property owners to establish a procedure to permit a law enforcement officer, a judge, or a victim of domestic violence who participates in the attorney general's address confidentiality program (covered person) to restrict disclosure to the general public of the covered person's home address. Provides that a covered person must submit a written request to a unit in order for the unit to restrict access to the covered person's home address through a public property data base web site. Provides that the unit must restrict access to the information of a covered person until the covered person submits a written request to the unit to allow access to the information. Provides that if a covered person: (1) has a name change; and (2) notifies the unit in writing of the name change; the unit must prevent disclosure of the covered person's home address and both the covered person's former name and new name. Allows a unit to charge a reasonable fee. Provides immunity from civil liability for certain units that restrict address disclosure.
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