NYSBA T & E LAW SECTION
Bill Status Report
01-30-2015 - 00:09:09

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Track: Web Track - T & E   Request Date: 1-29-2015 thru 99-99-9999

AB 164   Weinstein, Helene E. Provides for the types of damages that may be awarded to the persons for whose benefit an action for wrongful death is brought.
Bill History: 12-23-14 A Pre-Filed
01-07-15 A Referred to Assembly Judiciary

AB 281   Weinstein, Helene E. Provides that for settlements that require a court order the order shall provide for the payment of interest on the settlement amount at the statutory rate.
Bill History: 12-29-14 A Pre-Filed
01-07-15 A Referred to Assembly Judiciary

AB 490   Ryan, Sean M. Makes technical correction relating to notice of petition for the appointment of a guardian for purposes of property management.
Bill History: 12-31-14 A Pre-Filed
01-07-15 A Referred to Assembly Judiciary

AB 888   Miller, Michael G. Relates to prohibiting retained asset accounts.
Bill History: 01-08-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Insurance

AB 894   Rosenthal, Linda B. Prohibits debt collectors from collecting or attempting to collect a debt owed by a deceased debtor that is known by such debt collector to be deceased.
Bill History: 01-08-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Consumer Affairs and Protection

AB 1051   Cahill, Kevin A. Allows third party notification by insurance carriers in regard to long term care policies.
Bill History: 01-08-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Insurance

AB 1422   Gottfried, Richard N. Allows vesting of a health care proxy authority without incapacity of ward.
Bill History: 01-12-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Health

AB 1569   Gottfried, Richard N. Provides for clarification of the disposition of human remains.
Bill History: 01-12-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Health

AB 1856   Farrell, Jr., Herman D. Provides that a lender may receive not more than 20% of the future appreciation of property secured by a reverse mortgage granted to a person 60 years old or older.
Bill History: 01-13-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Judiciary

SB 102   Hoylman, Brad M. Makes certain technical amendments to the estates, powers and trusts law and the surrogate's court procedure act to reflect the provisions of the marriage equality act.
Bill History: 12-18-14 S Pre-Filed
01-07-15 S Referred to Senate Judiciary

SB 336   DeFrancisco, John A. Provides for the types of damages that may be awarded to the persons for whose benefit an action for wrongful death is brought.
Bill History: 12-23-14 S Pre-Filed
01-07-15 S Referred to Senate Judiciary

SB 476   Diaz, Ruben M. Relates to prohibiting retained asset accounts.
Bill History: 12-24-14 S Pre-Filed
01-07-15 S Referred to Senate Insurance

SB 667   Kennedy, Timothy M. Allows third party notification by insurance carriers in regard to long term care policies.
Bill History: 01-05-15 S Pre-Filed
01-07-15 S Referred to Senate Insurance

SB 701   Rivera, J. Gustavo Provides for clarification of the disposition of human remains.
Bill History: 01-05-15 S Pre-Filed
01-07-15 S Referred to Senate Health

SB 801   Ranzenhofer, Michael H. Creates the short-term military service guardian.
Bill History: 01-06-15 S Pre-Filed
01-07-15 S Referred to Senate Judiciary

SB 864   Martins, Jack M. Provides that a lender may receive not more than 20% of the future appreciation of property secured by a reverse mortgage granted to a person 60 years old or older.
Bill History: 01-07-15 S Pre-Filed
01-07-15 S Referred to Senate Aging

SB 1635   Bonacic, John J. Relates to the role and duties of advisors in trust agreements.
Bill History: 01-13-15 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Judiciary

SB 1741   Carlucci, David Authorizes the fiduciary of a decedent to take control of certain web site accounts of the decedent.
Bill History: 01-14-15 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Judiciary


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