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HB 2180, 76th Regular Session
Relating to usury and the regulation of lenders.

Last action: Effective on 9/1/99

Author: Kip Averitt
Sponsor: David Cain

Remarks: The changes made by Section 2.02 take effect immediately. Article 1 takes effect only if the Act of the 76th Legislature, Regular Session, 1999, relating to nonsubstantive additions to and corrections in enacted codes (SB 1368) DOES NOT take effect. Article 2 takes effect only if that Act (SB 1368) does take effect.

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1999, 76th R.S.,ch. 909, General and Special Laws of Texas

Companion:

SB 1201 (Identical)

Bill Analyses:
Committee Report (House Research Organization)
Enrolled (Senate Research Center)
Engrossed (Senate Research Center)
Committee Report (Senate Research Center)
Enrolled (Office of House Bill Analysis)
Introduced (Office of House Bill Analysis)
Committee Report (Office of House Bill Analysis)

Subjects:
Financial--General
LOANS
Occupational Regulation--Other Trades & Professions

House Committee: Financial Institutions (Kip Averitt, Mary Denny, Harryette Ehrhardt, Gary Elkins, Kent Grusendorf, Kenny Marchant, Jim Pitts, Juan Solis, Burt Solomons)
Minutes: March 15 1999 | March 22 1999
Senate Committee: Economic Development (David Sibley, Kenneth Armbrister, John Carona, Troy Fraser, Mike Jackson, Frank Madla, John Whitmire)
Minutes: May 11 1999

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