HB 120, 67th 1st C.S.
Relating to the administration, enforcement, and collection of state inheritance and generation-skipping transfer taxes and the examination of property of a decedent's estates.
Last action: Effective immediately
Author: Gerald Geistweidt
Sponsor: Ray Farabee
Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1981, 67th 1st C.S.,ch. 17, General and Special Laws of Texas
Committee Report (House Study Group)
Submitting as additional topics for consideration by the 67th Legislature, 1st Called Session, an additional $250 million in bonds or obligations of the state for Veteran's Land Program, creation of the Gasoline and Alcohol Mixture fund, the regulation and taxation of bingo games, the ability by the Department of Public Safety to enforce weight and dimension limits of certain vehicles inside city limits, continuation of the State Board of Examiners of Licensed Psychotherapists, amendment of Title 110B, Revised Civil Statutes of Texas, 1925, the initial terms of additional justices of the Courts of Appeals, granting the Department of Corrections the ability to transfer land to the Department of Public Safety to construct a building, amendments to Title 122A, T-G, for the administration, enforcement and collection of state inheritance and generation skipping transfer taxes, amendments to Article 28.01 Code of Criminal Procedure, relating to defects in indictments and informations, availability of alcohol and other drug dependency coverage in group health insurance policies, consideration of certain appropriations, and consideration of technical corrections to HB 960, 67th Regular Session
House Committee: Ways & Means ()
Senate Committee: Finance ()
August 10 1981
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