COMMITTEE:    Judiciary & Civil Jurisprudence 

TIME & DATE:  10:00 AM, Monday, March 18, 2019 

PLACE:       E2.026 
CHAIR:       Rep. Jeff Leach 


HB 1176        Darby
Relating to technical defects in instruments affecting real property.

HB 598         Price                  
Relating to the use of funds appropriated for the continuing legal education of certain appointed masters, magistrates, referees, and associate judges.

HB 1159        Price                  
Relating to the acknowledgment of a written instrument on behalf of a limited liability company.

HB 2955        Price                  
Relating to oversight of specialty court programs.

HB 1717        White                  
Relating to repealing a provision authorizing a person to hold office as a municipal judge in more than one municipality only if each office is filled by appointment.

HJR 72         White                  
Proposing a constitutional amendment permitting a person to hold more than one office as an unpaid municipal judge.

HB 770         Davis, Sarah            
Relating to the establishment of an electronic database for settlement agreements for certain suits involving minors or incapacitated persons; authorizing a fee.

HB 790         Davis, Sarah | et al.   
Relating to recovery of attorney's fees in certain civil cases.

HB 2430        Reynolds               
Relating to requirements in a suit for the removal of human remains from a cemetery.

HB 881         Bell, Cecil | et al.    
Relating to the right of a parent of a deceased person to view the person's body before an autopsy is performed.

HB 2737        Wu                     
Relating to judicial guidance related to child protective services cases and juvenile cases.

HB 2384        Leach                  
Relating to judicial compensation and the contributions to, benefits from, membership in, and administration of the Judicial Retirement System of Texas Plan One and Plan Two; making conforming changes.

HB 2899        Leach                  
Relating to civil liability and responsibility for defects in the plans, specifications, or other documents for the construction or repair of roads, highways, and related improvements.

HB 2901        Leach                  
Relating to civil liability and responsibility for the consequences of defects in the plans, specifications, or related documents for the construction or repair of an improvement to real property.

HB 2068        Nevárez                
Relating to exemption from jury service of tribal council members of and legislative employees for certain tribal governments.

HB 900         Israel                 
Relating to the act of smoking tobacco in a vehicle with a child present; imposing a civil penalty.

HB 439         Shaheen                
Relating to a limitation on civil suits against persons reporting suspicious activity in good faith.

HB 883         Thierry                
Relating to using the Internet to obtain identifying information about an elderly individual for a fraudulent purpose.

HB 1353        Oliverson              
Relating to liability of health care providers who provide certain assistance in disaster situations.




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