NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

COMMITTEE: Financial Institutions

TIME & DATE: upon final adjourn./recess
             Monday, April 7, 2003

PLACE: E2.016

CHAIR: Rep. Burt R. Solomons


HB 588            Marchant
Relating to the exemption of certain persons from regulation as a
credit services organization.

HB 1934            Capelo
Relating to security and payment for, and the use of the proceeds
of, certain public securities.

HB 1224            Villarreal
Relating to the amount of deposits that a financial institution may

HB 2055            Christian
Relating to the allocation and approval processes of State Ceiling
among issuers of qualified residential rental project bonds.

HB 2713            Gutierrez
Relating to additional interest for default on certain secondary
mortgage loans.

HB 2138            Hopson
Relating to the use of certain electronic devices for the purpose
of committing identity theft; providing criminal penalties.

HB 1079            Wise
Relating to certain exemptions from the regulation of mortgage

HB 2673            Flynn
Relating to registration of certain mortgage bankers.

HB 2585            Flynn
Relating to a pre-license test requirement for mortgage broker and
loan officer applicants.

HB 2586            Flynn
Relating to authorization of FBI background checks for mortgage
broker license applicants.

HB 2587            Flynn
Relating to the consideration of criminal offenses, moral character
and violation of enforcement orders in the licensing of mortgage
brokers and loan officers.

HB 2627            Flynn
Relating to certain agreements offered in connection with a loan.

HB 2584            Flynn
Relating to the definition of financial institution.

HB 2240            Paxton
Relating to adoption of the Uniform Prudent Investor Act.

HB 2241            Paxton
Relating to adoption of the Uniform Principal and Income Act.

HB 2239            Paxton
Relating to the applicability of the rule against perpetuities to

HJR 77            Paxton
Proposing a constitutional amendment to remove the prohibition
against perpetual trusts.