COMMITTEE:   Judiciary & Civil Jurisprudence

TIME & DATE: 9:00 AM, Monday, April 15, 2013 

PLACE:       E2.012 
CHAIR:       Rep. Jessica Farrar 


The Chair may limit testimony to 3 minutes per witness.


HB 1472       Rodriguez, Eddie
Relating to jurisdiction over the removal of remains.

HB 1592       Leach | et al.
Relating to the electronic recording of proceedings in a statutory probate court in Collin County.

HB 1755       Patrick, Diane
Relating to authorizing the appointment of a public probate administrator; authorizing fees.

HB 1874       Lewis
Relating to an appeal from an interlocutory order of certain courts.

HB 2080       Thompson, Senfronia
Relating to guardianships, including the assessment and payment of attorney's fees and other court costs in guardianships, and to court-created management trusts for persons who have physical disabilities or who are incapacitated.

HB 2124       Thompson, Senfronia
Relating to a medical power of attorney.

HB 2189       Elkins
Relating to the rule against perpetuities.

HB 2380       Davis, Sarah
Relating to an allowance of challenging a will.

HB 2407       Naishtat
Relating to restoration of a person's right to purchase a firearm on termination of a guardianship.

HB 2409       Naishtat
Relating to a court administrator hired by a statutory probate court.

HB 2600       Klick
Relating to the determination of probable cause for a court to ascertain whether a person is an incapacitated person for purposes of the appointment of a guardian ad litem or court investigator.

HB 2621       Creighton | et al.
Relating to disclaimers of estate property by certain beneficiaries.

HB 2795       Raymond
Relating to enforcement of a lien against certain decedents' interests in real property.

HB 2912       Thompson, Senfronia
Relating to decedents' estates.

HB 2913       Thompson, Senfronia
Relating to trusts.

HB 2918       Thompson, Senfronia
Relating to durable powers of attorney.

HB 3669       Naishtat
Relating to the recusal or disqualification of a statutory probate court judge and subsequent assignment of another judge.

HB 3861       Lucio III
Relating to the creation of a statutory probate court in Cameron County.




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