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 CT S 193
Joint Committee on General Law

 

Department of Consumer Protection Statutes

Joint Committee on General Law

Among many things, this bill initially removed the requirement that ownership of an engineering, land surveying and architect firm was limited to those entities that are licensed.  CALS testified in opposition to the bill and following the Public Hearing met with DCP and negotiated a modification that corporate ownership of companies providing design professional services would require at least 66% ownership by a licensed professional.

 02/23/2018 :

  • Public Hearing Scheduled 02/272018

    03/28/2018:

  • Committee Substitute reported out of Legislative Commissioner’s Office.
  • Senate Calendar No. 77.
  • Reissued by Legislative Commissioner’s Office with File No. 93.
 Raise House Bill No. 5541
Judiciary Committee
An Act Concerning the Liability of Land Surveyors

To require an owner of land who has requested a survey of his or her land to provide not less than seven days advance written notice to certain other landowners prior to performing the land survey.

 03/15/2018:

  • Referred to the Judiciary Committee

04/04/18:

  • Died in Judiciary per their 5pm JF deadline
 

H No.5320
Joint Committee on General Law

 Occupational Licensing and Building Trades

Joint Committee on General Law

Concerns occupational licensing and building trades; adopts regulations regarding occupational licensing and the building trades.

 03/13/2018 :

  • Public Hearing Scheduled 03/15.

04/05/2018

  • Committee Substitute reported out of Legislative Commissioner’s Office.
  • House Calendar No. 176.
  • Reissued by Legislative Commissioner’s Office with File No. 243.
 CT H 5321 
Joint Committee on General Law
 Consumer Protection

Joint Committee on General Law

Concerns consumer protection; adopts regulations regarding consumer protection.

 03/13/2018 :

  • Public Hearing Scheduled 0315.

04/04/2018

  • Reported out of Legislative Commissioner’s Office.
  • House Calendar No. 149.
  • Reissued by Legislative Commissioner’s Office with File No. 190.
 HB 5570 AN ACT CONCERNING ACTIONS AGAINST ARCHITECTS, PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS AND LAND SURVEYORS

To extend the time for initiating an action against an architect, professional engineer and land surveyors (1) based on the discovery of a latent deficiency, or (2) when a written warranty, guarantee or tolling agreement provides for a longer period of time. There will be a public hearing on this bill March 28, 2018.

04/04/18:

  • Died in Judiciary per their 5pm JF deadline
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