SB 893
Creates provisions relating to foreign ownership of real estate
LR Number:
Last Action:
1/11/2024 - Second Read and Referred S Select Committee on the Protection of Missouri Assets From Foreign Adversaries Committee
Journal Page:
Effective Date:
August 28, 2024

Current Bill Summary

SB 893 - Under the act, the governing body of a political subdivision shall not procure, authorize, or approve any development agreement proposal relating to development of the political subdivision with an individual or government identified as a foreign adversary, as defined in the act.

Certain foreign governments or entities shall not purchase, hold or acquire title to real property in this state if such foreign government or entity is listed as a foreign adversary or a foreign business entity; headquartered in a country that is a foreign adversary; directly or indirectly held or controlled by a foreign adversary; owned the majority of stock or other ownership interest which is held or controlled by citizens of a foreign adversary; or controlled by or has the majority of stock or other ownership interest held or controlled by citizens of a foreign adversary.

This act shall not apply to a foreign adversary possessing real property interest if such foreign adversary is a duly registered business in good standing with the Secretary of State for seven years or longer prior to August 28, 2024; has been approved by the United States Committee of Foreign Investment as described in the act; and maintains an active national security agreement with the federal government.

This act is substantially similar to SB 649 (2023).



No Amendments Found.