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HB418

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HB 418/LM (BR 1682) - D. Ford, S. Gregory, R. Palumbo, W. Stone

     AN ACT relating to methamphetamine.
     Amend KRS 224.01-410 to require a notice of methamphetamine contamination to be filed by the county attorney with the county clerk who attaches the notice to the deed of the property when properties are declared to be contaminated with chemicals used in methamphetamine manufacturing; require a notice of decontamination to be filed when the property is properly cleaned.

HB 418 - AMENDMENTS


     HFA (1, D. Ford) - Amend Section 1(9)(b) to provide that the methamphetamine contamination notice is in the form of a lien in favor of the Commonwealth and includes the name and address of the property owner, that payment for the lien is made pursuant to the schedule set out in KRS 64.012(7), and that the lien is submitted pursuant to the cabinet's requirements; provide that when the property is decontaminated that the lien is released with the accompanying fee paid pursuant to KRS 64.012(8) and that the lien remains valid until decontamination is completed.

     Feb 16-introduced in House
     Feb 21-to Veterans, Military Affairs, & Public Safety (H)
     Feb 24-posted in committee
     Mar 8-reported favorably, 1st reading, to Consent Calendar
     Mar 9-2nd reading, to Rules
     Mar 12-posted for passage in the Consent Orders of the Day for Wednesday, March 14, 2012; floor amendment (1) filed
     Mar 13-taken from the Consent Orders of the Day, placed in the Regular Orders of the Day
     Mar 15-3rd reading, passed 89-2 with floor amendment (1)
     Mar 16-received in Senate
     Mar 20-to Judiciary (S)

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