OH SB178 | 2011-2012 | 129th General Assembly

Status

Status: Introduced on May 31 2011 - 25% progress, died in committee
Action: 2011-05-31 - To Judiciary Civil Justice
Pending: Senate Judiciary - Civil Justice Committee
Text: Latest bill text (Introduced) [HTML]

Summary

To amend sections 109.43, 149.351, 149.38, 149.39, 149.41, 149.411, 149.412, 149.42, 307.801, 1901.41, and 3313.29 and to enact section 149.381 of the Revised Code to limit the forfeiture amount and attorney's fees a person may recover for the unlawful destruction or disposal of a record of a public office, to establish a four-year statute of limitations for the commencement of a civil action for injunctive relief or to recover a forfeiture for such unlawful conduct, to require one-half of all forfeiture amounts recovered to be paid to the state for use by the state archives, to revise the Ohio Historical Society's procedure for selecting records of historical value before political subdivisions dispose of them, to allow the Attorney General to offer programs regarding the records retention procedure, and to move the date for meetings of a county microfilming board.

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Title

To limit the forfeiture amount and attorney's fees a person may recover for the unlawful destruction or disposal of a record of a public office, to establish a four-year statute of limitations for the commencement of a civil action for injunctive relief or to recover a forfeiture for such unlawful conduct, to require one-half of all forfeiture amounts recovered to be paid to the state for use by the state archives, to revise the Ohio Historical Society's procedure for selecting records of historical value before political subdivisions dispose of them, to allow the Attorney General to offer programs regarding the records retention procedure, and to move the date for meetings of a county microfilming board.

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History

DateChamberAction
2011-05-31 To Judiciary Civil Justice
2011-05-31 Introduced to House

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Code Citations

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149381New CodeSee Bill Text
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Bill Comments

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