The Legislature was back in session Feb. 6. As you can imagine, hundreds of proposed bills will be reviewed by the Assembly and the Senate.
Many of our state representatives will be serving for the first time. They will need information and some history when reviewing the proposed legislation that will impact homeowners and their associations.
Thanks to Sara Barry, who has provided me with some of the proposed bills that could affect Las Vegas homeowners associations.
Here is a list that we will need to review as they are processed through the legislative system:
1. AB 11- More requirements on drones and portable helicopters.
2. AB 13- Revised provisions governing the annual fee for conducting business in Nevada.
3. AB 21- Makes various changes relating to elections.
4. AB 32- Revises provisions governing pest control.
5. AB 35- Makes various changes relating to insurance.
6. SB 24- Authorizes cities to enact ordinances requiring the registration of vacant properties.
7. SB 33- Prohibits the foreclosure of real property owned by certain military personnel or their dependents in certain circumstances.
8. SB 67- Revises provisions relating to fire safety requirements for multistory buildings occupied by people.
9. SB 68- A law set up for those people who are trying to sell property that they don’t own.
10. SB 69- Revises provisions governing state agencies, boards and commissions that regulate occupations and professions.
11. Other proposed bills pertain to AB 87 firearms, SB 79 confidential information, commission changes for the Common Interest Communities, electronic signatures, and of course, NRS 116 chapter.
I am certain we will see proposed bills pertaining to the nine-month super lien law and the non-judicial foreclosure of homes by associations.
Barbara Holland is a certified property manager, broker and supervisory certified association manager. Questions may be sent to email@example.com.