SB 895
Modifies provisions relating to landlord-tenant actions, including eviction proceeding moratoriums and filings for transfers of real property with outstanding collectible judgments
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LR Number:
3907S.02T
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Last Action:
5/30/2024 - Delivered to Governor
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Title:
SS SB 895
Effective Date:
August 28, 2024
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Current Bill Summary

SS/SB 895 - This act modifies provisions relating to landlord-tenant actions, including moratoriums on eviction proceedings and filings for transfers of title of real property with outstanding collectible judgments.

MORATORIUM ON EVICTION PROCEEDINGS (SECTION 67.137)

This act provides that no county, municipality, or political subdivision shall impose or enforce a moratorium on eviction proceedings unless specifically authorized by law.

This provision is identical to a provision in the perfected SS/SB 895 (2024), SB 222 (2023), is substantially similar to HB 1455 (2024), a provision in HB 1886 (2024), HB 2062 (2024), in HCS/HB 2206 (2024), in HB 730 (2023), in HCS/HB 1682 (2022), in HCS/HB 2218 (2022), and in SCS/HB 2593 (2022), and is similar to a provision in SB 239 (2023), in SB 1044 (2022), in SS/HCS/HB 1662 (2022), and in HB 2360 (2022).

PROPERTY WITH COLLECTIBLE JUDGMENTS FILINGS (SECTION 534.157)

This act provides that all transfers of title of real property for rental properties with outstanding collectible judgments shall be filed in the circuit court within 30 days after transfer.

This provision is identical to a provision in CCS/HCS/SS/SB 222 (2023), in SB 146 (2021), in HB 1378 (2020), and in HB 174 (2019) and is substantially similar to a provision in HB 2579 (2018).

KATIE O'BRIEN