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HJR 5, 77th Regular Session
Proposing a constitutional amendment prescribing requirements for imposing a lien for work and material used in the construction, repair, or renovation of improvements on residential homestead property and including the conversion and refinance of a personal property lien secured by a manufactured home to a lien on real property as a debt on homestead property protected from a forced sale.

Last action: Filed with the Secretary of State

Author: Burt Solomons
Sponsor: Eliot Shapleigh

Session Law Chapter: Acts 2001, 77th R.S., HJR 5

Companion:

SJR 29 (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)

Subjects:
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
MATERIALMEN'S LIENS
MECHANICS' LIENS
Property Interests--Homestead
Resolutions--Constitutional Amendments

House Committee: Business & Industry (Kim Brimer, Frank Corte, John Davis, Dawnna Dukes, Gary Elkins, Kenn George, Helen Giddings, Burt Solomons, Beverly Woolley)
Minutes: March 13 2001 | March 20 2001
Senate Committee: Business & Commerce (John Carona, Troy Fraser, Mike Jackson, Eddie Lucio, Jr., Frank Madla, Eliot Shapleigh, David Sibley, Leticia Van de Putte)
Minutes: May 8 2001

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