HJR 31, 75th R.S. history

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HJR 31, 75th R.S.
Proposing a constitutional amendment permitting an encumbrance against homestead property for certain extensions of equity credit.

Last action: Filed with the Secretary of State

Author: Pete Patterson
Joint Author: Kenny Marchant | Debra Danburg | Bob Rabuck | Burt Solomons
Coauthor: David Swinford | Warren Chisum | Al Edwards | Gary Elkins | Ted Kamel | Todd Smith | Kip Averitt | Sue Palmer | Ken Yarbrough | Glenn Lewis | Peggy Hamric | Thomas Williams | Elvira Reyna | John Shields | Tom Ramsay | Barry Telford
Sponsor: Jerry Patterson
Joint Sponsor: Chris Harris

Remarks: Enabling legislation is HB 295. See also HB 1188. To be voted on November 4, 1997. HCR 326 allows for technical corrections.

Session Law Chapter: Acts 1997, 75th R.S., HJR 31

Bill Analyses:
Committee Report (House Research Organization)
Enrolled (Senate Research Center)
Engrossed (Senate Research Center)

Property Interests--Homestead
Resolutions--Constitutional Amendments

House Committee: Financial Institutions (Kenny Marchant, Harryette Ehrhardt, Gary Elkins, Helen Giddings, Kent Grusendorf, Roberto Gutierrez, Pete Patterson, Todd Smith, Burt Solomons)
Minutes: February 17 1997 | March 24 1997 | April 17 1997
House Committee: Subcommittee on HJR 31 (Burt Solomons, Helen Giddings, Roberto Gutierrez, Kenny Marchant, Todd Smith)
Senate Committee: State Affairs (Kenneth Armbrister, David Cain, John Carona, Rodney Ellis, Troy Fraser, Mario Gallegos, Jr., Michael Galloway, Jon Lindsay, Gregory Luna, Jane Nelson, Drew Nixon, Florence Shapiro, John Whitmire)
Minutes: February 19 1998 | August 4 1998

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