House Bill 166

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Title AN ACT relating to tenancies in real property.
Bill Documents Bill
Bill Request Number 3
Sponsors J. Jenkins, M. Marzian
Summary of Original Version Create a new section of KRS Chapter 383 to provide that the victim of an assault, domestic violence, or stalking may terminate a lease or rental agreement upon 30 days' written notice to the landlord; amend KRS 344.010 to define a qualified crime victim as a victim of assault, domestic violence, or stalking; amend various sections in KRS Chapter 344 to include qualified crime victims as protected persons under real estate related civil rights statutes.
Index Headings of Original Version Crime Victims - Domestic violence, assault, stalking, and crime victims, real property protections relating to
Domestic Relations - Domestic violence, assault, stalking, and crime victims, real property protections relating to
Landlord and Tenant - Domestic violence, assault, stalking, and crime victims, real property protections relating to
Men - Domestic violence, assault, stalking, and crime victims, real property protections relating to
Real Estate - Domestic violence, assault, stalking, and crime victims, real property protections relating to
Women - Domestic violence, assault, stalking, and crime victims, real property protections relating to
Children and Minors - Domestic violence, assault, stalking, and crime victims, real property protections relating to
Civil Actions - Domestic violence, assault, stalking, and crime victims, real property protections relating to
Civil Procedure - Domestic violence, assault, stalking, and crime victims, real property protections relating to
Civil Rights - Domestic violence, assault, stalking, and crime victims, real property protections relating to
Contracts - Domestic violence, assault, stalking, and crime victims, real property protections relating to

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01/08/14
  • introduced in House
01/09/14
  • to Judiciary (H)


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