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2017-2018 Regular Session - HB 266
Guardian and ward; personal property value guardian may receive without becoming legal conservator of minor; provisions
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First Reader Summary
A BILL to be entitled an Act to amend Chapter 3 of Title 29 of the O.C.G.A., relating to conservators of minors, so as to revise the personal property value that a natural guardian may receive of a minor without having to become a legally qualified conservator of the minor; to revise the amount of the debt owing to a minor which a natural guardian may release without approval by the court; to revise the amount of the proposed gross settlement of a minor's claim by which the natural guardian of the minor may compromise without becoming the conservator of the minor or seeking court approval; to revise the amount by which a conservator of a minor may compromise any contested or doubtful claim or release the debtor and compromise all debts; to provide for related matters; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.
Status History
Mar/20/2017 - Senate Read Second Time
Mar/16/2017 - Senate Committee Favorably Reported
Mar/03/2017 - Senate Read and Referred
Mar/01/2017 - House Passed/Adopted
Mar/01/2017 - House Third Readers
Feb/22/2017 - House Committee Favorably Reported
Feb/09/2017 - House Second Readers
Feb/08/2017 - House First Readers
Feb/07/2017 - House Hopper
Footnotes
3/01/2017 Modified Structured Rule
Votes
Mar/01/2017 - House Vote #169Yea(170)Nay(0)NV(3)
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