SOME PENDING SENATE BILLS YOU MIGHT WANT TO WATCH
March 7, 2012 § 1 Comment
Here are some bills pending in the Mississippi Senate that might affect your chancery practice:
SB 2031. Gaming winnings may be intercepted for child support obligation.
SB 2037. Allows for redaction of Social Security numbers in recorded documents.
SB 2046. Requires disclosure in real estate transactions if meth production took place on the property.
SB 2087. Mandatory reporting of child abuse.
SB 2664. Amends the statute providing for parental consent to abortion to include intellectually disabled persons, and makes some other changes.
SB 2677. Adverse possessor must reimburse the other party for property and other taxes paid.
SB 2806. Changes and clarifies the rules for a landowner’s duty to a trespasser or licensee.
SB 2853. Allows both Circuit Court and County Court to adjudicate custody in paternity actions. Is this one more step toward the disappearance of chancery courts?
SB 2856. Court may restrict visitation of person convicted of violent crime.
Not included are bills that I considered to duplicate other senate bills or pending House bills.