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2019 Legislative Bill Tracking 

H.B. 52  
Remote Notarization Standards

Prime Sponsor
Hall, Craig

Position

Comments
This bill: defines terms; establishes requirements for and a process by which the lieutenant governor may certify a notary as a remote notary; establishes requirements for the process by which a remote notary may perform a remote notarization, including standards for: determining and individual's identity; and the equipment, software, and hardware by which a remote notary may perform a remote notarization; grants rule making authority to the director of elections in the Office of the Lieutenant Governor; amends the fees a notary may charge for performing a notarization; requires a remote notary to keep an electronic journal, including an audio and video recording, of each notarization the remote notary performs; amends provisions related to the security, maintenance, and custody of a notary's journal; amends provisions related to the obtaining, use, surrendering, and destruction of a notary's official seal; and makes technical and conforming changes. Details »

H.B. 57  
Electronic Information or Data Privacy

Prime Sponsor
Hall, Craig

Position

Comments
This bill: defines terms; requires issuance of a search warrant to obtain certain electronic information or data; addresses notification that electronic information or data was obtained; provides for transmission of electronic information or data to a remote computing service, including restrictions on government entities; provides that the individual who transmits electronic information or data is the presumed owner of the electronic information or data; and makes technical and conforming amendments. Details »

H.B. 95  
Bad Check Fee Amendments

Prime Sponsor
Ivory, Ken

Position

Comments
This bill: increases the amount of collection costs for which the issuer of a dishonored check is liable; and makes technical and conforming changes. Details »

H.B. 97  
Uniform Commercial Code Amendments

Prime Sponsor
Snow, V. Lowry

Position

Comments
This bill: provides that the regulations governing a funds transfer apply to a remittance transfer under certain circumstances; and makes technical and conforming changes. Details »

S.B. 12  
FDIC Premium Deduction Amendments

Prime Sponsor
Stevenson, Jerry W.

Position

Comments
This bill: enacts a provision that authorizes a subtraction from unadjusted income of a corporate taxpayer, adjusted gross income of an individual income taxpayer, and unadjusted income of a resident or nonresident estate or trust for the amount of any FDIC premium paid or incurred by the taxpayer that is disallowed as a deduction for federal income tax purposes; and makes technical corrections. Details »

S.B. 34  
Affordable Housing Modifications

Prime Sponsor
Anderegg, Jacob L.

Position

Comments
This bill: defines terms; modifies the requirements of certain municipalities and counties related to the moderate income housing plan element of their general plan; modifies the reporting requirements of certain municipalities related to the municipalities' moderate income housing plan element of their general plan; modifies provisions related to the use of Transportation Investment Fund money; modifies provisions related to the Olene Walker Housing Loan Fund Board; and makes technical changes. Details »

S.B. 42  
Tangible Personal Property Amendments

Prime Sponsor
McCay, Daniel

Position

Comments
This bill: provides for the exemption of certain tangible personal property from property tax if the tangible personal property is eligible for sales and use taxation; repeals existing provisions relating to the exemption of certain tangible personal property from property tax; and makes technical and conforming changes. Details »

S.B. 86  
Savings Promotion Programs

Prime Sponsor
Fillmore, Lincoln

Position

Comments
This bill: defines terms; permits a depository institution to conduct a savings promotion program under certain conditions; and permits the Commissioner of Financial Institutions to make rules related to savings promotion programs. Details »

S.J.R. 3  
Proposal to Amend Utah Constitution - Tangible Personal Property Tax Exemption

Prime Sponsor
McCay, Daniel

Position

Comments
This resolution proposes to amend the Utah Constitution to: repeal a property tax exemption for tangible personal property that generates an inconsequential amount of revenue; and authorize the establishment of a property tax exemption for tangible personal property that is subject to sales and use tax. Details »

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