VA HB76 | 2021 | Regular Session

Note: Carry Over of previous HB76


Spectrum: Partisan Bill (Republican 1-0)
Status: Introduced on December 6 2019 - 25% progression, died in committee
Action: 2020-12-04 - Left in Courts of Justice
Pending: House Courts of Justice Committee
Text: Latest bill text (Prefiled) [HTML]


Statute of limitations on written contract; missing persons declared dead; executor. Provides that, for any action that would be barred by the five-year statute of limitations on a written contract, wherein a person who would be party to such action was a missing person presumed dead and subsequently declared dead by court order, the executor of such person's estate has one year from the entry of such order to bring such an action, provided that a cause of action accrued on or after the date upon which such person went missing.

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Statute of limitations on written contract; missing persons declared dead, executor of estate.



2020-12-04HouseLeft in Courts of Justice
2020-01-31HouseContinued to 2021 in Courts of Justice by voice vote
2020-01-29HouseSubcommittee recommends continuing to 2021 by voice vote
2019-12-06HouseReferred to Committee for Courts of Justice
2019-12-06HousePrefiled and ordered printed; offered 01/08/20 20101269D

Same As/Similar To

HB76 (Carry Over) 2020-01-31 - Continued to 2021 in Courts of Justice by voice vote

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ChapterArticleSectionCitation TypeStatute Text
801246(n/a)See Bill Text

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