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HB 573, 70th Regular Session
Relating to suspension of the running of a statute of limitations because of a person's imprisonment.

Last action: Nonrecord vote recorded in Journal

Author: David Hudson
Sponsor: Frank Tejeda

Remarks: House Conferees: D. Hudson- Chair, Repp, Hollowell, Shine, Hightower. Senate Conferees: Tejeda- Chair, Krier, Zaffirini, Green, Armbrister. H.R. 793 allows changes in conference committee.

Bill Analyses:
Committee Report (House Research Organization)

Subjects:
Civil Remedies & Liabilities
Corrections--Jails & Prisons
STATUTES OF LIMITATIONS

House Committee: Judicial Affairs (James Hury, Irma Rangel, Samuel Hudson III, Gregory Luna, Jim Parker, Rick Perry, Alan Schoolcraft, John Smithee, Senfronia Thompson)
Minutes: March 11 1987
Senate Committee: Jurisprudence (Kent Caperton, J.E. Brown, Richard Anderson, Gene Green, Cynthia Krier, Carl Parker, Frank Tejeda)
Minutes: May 7 1987 | May 14 1987 | May 26 1987

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