SB 1596: Residential Tenancies [EPCC]
GENERAL BILL by Constantine
Residential Tenancies [EPCC]; (THIS BILL COMBINED IN CS/S2730 & S1596) revises definition of "rental agreement"; authorizes landlord to terminate rental agreement & recover liquidated damages for breach of agreement or charge tenant early termination fee, or both, under certain circumstances; provides limit on combined total damages & fee; requires tenant to indicate acceptance of early termination fee or liquidated damages provision in rental agreement, etc. Amends Ch. 83.
Last Action: 4/9/2007 Senate - CS combines this bill with SB 2730 -SJ 00330; CS by Regulated Industries; YEAS 8 NAYS 0 -SJ 00330; Original bill laid on Table, refer to combined CS/SB 2730 (Laid on Table in Senate) -SJ 00330
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• Referred to Regulated Industries; Judiciary
• Introduced, referred to Regulated Industries; Judiciary -SJ 00086
• On Committee agenda-- Regulated Industries, 04/09/07, 1:15 pm, 110-S
• CS combines this bill with SB 2730 -SJ 00330; CS by Regulated Industries; YEAS 8 NAYS 0 -SJ 00330; Original bill laid on Table, refer to combined CS/SB 2730 (Laid on Table in Senate) -SJ 00330
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