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      • Bill Date Introduced
      • Date Introduced
        1/21/2014
    • SB 1788 : Landlord and Tenant - As introduced, decreases, from 10 to three days, the amount of time in which to appeal a judgment from general sessions court in a forcible entry and detainer action. - Amends TCA Title 27, Chapter 5, Part 1 and Title 29, Chapter 18, Part 1.

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  • NEW ROLL CALL (46781) FOR BILL SB 1788
  • 3/18/2014
SB 1788Landlord and Tenant - As introduced, decreases, from 10 to three days, the amount of time in which to appeal a judgment from general sessions court in a forcible entry and detainer action. - Amends TCA Title 27, Chapter 5, Part 1 and Title 29, Chapter 18, Part 1.
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QUESTION
S. JUD COMM.: Failed in Senate Judiciary 3-18-14 3/18/2014 Failed
OUTCOME
Motion failed
STATE
TN
CHAMBER
Senate
SESSION
108

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  • OFFICIALS VOTED ON ROLL CALL (46781)
  • 3/18/2014

SB 1788 Landlord and Tenant - As introduced, decreases, from 10 to three days, the amount of time in which to appeal a judgment from general sessions court in a forcible entry and detainer action. - Amends TCA Title 27, Chapter 5, Part 1 and Title 29, Chapter 18, Part 1.

Brian Kelsey

Brian Kelsey
Republican - TN
No

J. Overbey

J. Overbey
Republican - TN
No

John Stevens

John Stevens
Republican - TN
No

Lowe Finney

Lowe Finney
Democratic - TN
No

Mark Green

Mark Green
Republican - TN
Yes

Mike Bell

Mike Bell
Republican - TN
Yes
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Bill Status Update BILL STATUS UPDATE - SB 1788 1/21/2014
Landlord and Tenant - As introduced, decreases, from 10 to three days, the amount of time in which to appeal a judgment from general sessions court in a forcible entry and detainer action. - Amends TCA Title 27, Chapter 5, Part 1 and Title 29, Chapter 18, Part 1.

SB 1788-Landlord and Tenant - As introduced, decreases, from 10 to three days, the amount of time in which to appeal a judgment from general sessions court in a forcible entry and detainer action. - Amends TCA Title 27, Chapter 5, Part 1 and Title 29, Chapter 18, Part 1.

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Action Def. in S. Jud Comm. to 2/18/2014

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Bill Status Update BILL STATUS UPDATE - SB 1788 1/21/2014
Landlord and Tenant - As introduced, decreases, from 10 to three days, the amount of time in which to appeal a judgment from general sessions court in a forcible entry and detainer action. - Amends TCA Title 27, Chapter 5, Part 1 and Title 29, Chapter 18, Part 1.

SB 1788-Landlord and Tenant - As introduced, decreases, from 10 to three days, the amount of time in which to appeal a judgment from general sessions court in a forcible entry and detainer action. - Amends TCA Title 27, Chapter 5, Part 1 and Title 29, Chapter 18, Part 1.

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Action Def. in s/c Business and Utilities Subcommittee to 2/11/2014

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Bill Status Update BILL STATUS UPDATE - SB 1788 1/21/2014
Landlord and Tenant - As introduced, decreases, from 10 to three days, the amount of time in which to appeal a judgment from general sessions court in a forcible entry and detainer action. - Amends TCA Title 27, Chapter 5, Part 1 and Title 29, Chapter 18, Part 1.

SB 1788-Landlord and Tenant - As introduced, decreases, from 10 to three days, the amount of time in which to appeal a judgment from general sessions court in a forcible entry and detainer action. - Amends TCA Title 27, Chapter 5, Part 1 and Title 29, Chapter 18, Part 1.

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Assigned to s/c Business and Utilities Subcommittee

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Bill Status Update BILL STATUS UPDATE - SB 1788 1/21/2014
Landlord and Tenant - As introduced, decreases, from 10 to three days, the amount of time in which to appeal a judgment from general sessions court in a forcible entry and detainer action. - Amends TCA Title 27, Chapter 5, Part 1 and Title 29, Chapter 18, Part 1.

SB 1788-Landlord and Tenant - As introduced, decreases, from 10 to three days, the amount of time in which to appeal a judgment from general sessions court in a forcible entry and detainer action. - Amends TCA Title 27, Chapter 5, Part 1 and Title 29, Chapter 18, Part 1.

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Filed for intro.

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Bill Status Update BILL STATUS UPDATE - SB 1788 1/21/2014
Landlord and Tenant - As introduced, decreases, from 10 to three days, the amount of time in which to appeal a judgment from general sessions court in a forcible entry and detainer action. - Amends TCA Title 27, Chapter 5, Part 1 and Title 29, Chapter 18, Part 1.

SB 1788-Landlord and Tenant - As introduced, decreases, from 10 to three days, the amount of time in which to appeal a judgment from general sessions court in a forcible entry and detainer action. - Amends TCA Title 27, Chapter 5, Part 1 and Title 29, Chapter 18, Part 1.

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Intro., P1C.

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