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HB 469/FN (BR 1621) - W. Stone, K. Stevens, L. Belcher, L. Clark, J. Greer, R. Henderson, C. Hoffman, S. Santoro, F. Steele

     AN ACT relating to child care.
     Create new sections of KRS Chapter 405, relating to parent and child, to permit a power of attorney for care of a minor child; create definitions; establish the circumstances under which delegation of caregiving authority is permissible; establish the method of execution of the power of attorney and the required provisions of the instrument; establish authority of the agent caregiver; provide that a parent's decision supersedes that of the caregiver when there is conflict in decision making; establish methods for termination of the power of attorney; provide protection from liability for good-faith reliance on power of attorney; create penalties for false statements and fraudulent acts concerning the power of attorney.


     HFA (1, K. Sinnette) - Amend to require the opportunity for an administrative hearing prior to the revocation or denial of a notary commission and to clarify that property may be offered as security on a notary's bond.

     Feb 13-introduced in House
     Feb 23-to Health & Welfare (H)
     Mar 6-floor amendment (1) filed to Committee Substitute ; floor amendment (1) withdrawn

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