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Senate Bill 1475 (2010) rss

(Original Content Same As House Bill 6433)

Sponsor
Wayne Kuipers

Categories  Torts, governmental immunity; Local government, liability

Torts; governmental immunity; liability for a defect in a sidewalk; clarify that inference regarding a defect of less than 2 inches applies to any sidewalk maintained by a municipal corporation. Amends secs. 1, 2, & 2a of 1964 PA 170 (MCL 691.1401 et seq.).

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History(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
9/7/2010SJ 72 Pg. 1343REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
11/9/2010SJ 86 Pg. 1874REPORTED FAVORABLY WITH SUBSTITUTE S-1
11/9/2010SJ 86 Pg. 1874COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED IMMEDIATE EFFECT
11/9/2010SJ 86 Pg. 1874REFERRED TO COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE WITH SUBSTITUTE S-1
11/9/2010SJ 86 Pg. 1861REPORTED BY COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE FAVORABLY WITH SUBSTITUTE S-2
11/9/2010SJ 86 Pg. 1861SUBSTITUTE S-2 CONCURRED IN
11/9/2010SJ 86 Pg. 1861PLACED ON ORDER OF THIRD READING WITH SUBSTITUTE S-2
11/9/2010SJ 86 Pg. 1862RULES SUSPENDED
11/9/2010SJ 86 Pg. 1862PLACED ON IMMEDIATE PASSAGE
11/9/2010SJ 86 Pg. 1864PASSED ROLL CALL # 519 YEAS 33 NAYS 5 EXCUSED 0 NOT VOTING 0
11/9/2010HJ 91 Pg. 1788received on 11/09/2010
11/9/2010HJ 91 Pg. 1794read a first time
11/9/2010HJ 91 Pg. 1794referred to Committee on Judiciary