Pg 1, Ln 12General Fund appropriations to the Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA).
Pg 1, Ln 18General Fund appropriation to the DCA for the Administration Division.

DETAIL: Maintains the current funding level compared to estimated FY 2015. The increase in FTE positions is a net increase of 15.95 for the entire DCA to match the authorized amount for FY 2015. The FTE positions are then allocated among the other divisions and programs of the DCA.
Pg 1, Ln 24Requires the DCA to coordinate with the Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) Tourism Office to promote attendance at the State Historical Building and the State Historic Sites.
Pg 1, Ln 28Permits the DCA to transfer the FTE positions appropriated above for the division and program appropriations outlined below.
Pg 2, Ln 3General Fund appropriation to the DCA for the Community Cultural Grants Program.

DETAIL: Maintains the current funding level compared to estimated FY 2015. Additional funding for this Program is provided through a standing appropriation in Iowa Code section 99F.11(3)(d)(1).
Pg 2, Ln 7General Fund appropriation to the DCA for the Historical Division.

DETAIL: Maintains the current funding level compared to estimated FY 2015.
Pg 2, Ln 10General Fund appropriation to the DCA for operation and maintenance of eight State Historic Sites.

DETAIL: Maintains the current funding level compared to estimated FY 2015.
Pg 2, Ln 13General Fund appropriation to the DCA for the Arts Division.

DETAIL: Maintains the current funding level compared to estimated FY 2015.
Pg 2, Ln 16Requires the DCA to allocate $300,000 for the Film Office.

DETAIL: Maintains the current allocation compared to estimated FY 2015.
Pg 2, Ln 18General Fund appropriation to the DCA for administration of the Iowa Great Places Initiative.

DETAIL: Maintains the current funding level compared to estimated FY 2015.
Pg 2, Ln 22General Fund appropriation to the DCA for archiving papers of former governors.

DETAIL: Maintains the current funding level compared to estimated FY 2015.
Pg 2, Ln 25General Fund appropriation to the DCA for rent at the State Records Center.

DETAIL: Maintains the current funding level compared to estimated FY 2015.
Pg 2, Ln 28General Fund appropriation to the DCA for stabilizing the condition of the battle flag collection.

DETAIL: Maintains the current funding level compared to estimated FY 2015.
Pg 2, Ln 33Requires nonreversion of funds appropriated to the DCA from the General Fund until the close of FY 2017 for the purposes designated.
Pg 2, Ln 38
Requires the goals for the IEDA to include:
  • Expand and stimulate the State economy.
  • Increase the wealth of Iowans.
  • Increase the population of Iowa.

To achieve the goals, the IEDA is to:

  • Concentrate efforts on programs and activities that result in commercially viable products and services.
  • Adopt practices consistent with free-market, private-sector philosophies.
  • Ensure statewide economic growth and development.
  • Work with businesses and communities to improve the economic development climate and the economic well-being and quality of life for Iowans.
  • Coordinate with other State agencies to ensure State departments are attentive to the needs of an entrepreneurial culture.
  • Establish a strong and aggressive marketing image to showcase Iowa’s workforce, existing industry, and potential.
  • Place a priority on recruiting new businesses, business expansion, and retaining existing Iowa businesses.
  • Emphasize entrepreneurial development through helping entrepreneurs secure capital and developing networks and a business climate conducive to entrepreneurs and small businesses.
  • Encourage the development of communities and quality of life to foster economic growth.
  • Prepare communities for future growth and development through development, expansion, and modernization of infrastructure.
  • Develop public-private partnerships with Iowa businesses in the tourism industry, Iowa tour groups, Iowa tourism organizations, and political subdivisions in Iowa to assist in the development of advertising efforts.
  • Develop, to the fullest extent possible, cooperative efforts for advertising with contributions from other sources.
Pg 3, Ln 33General Fund appropriation to the IEDA for operations.

DETAIL: Maintains the current funding level and FTE support compared to estimated FY 2015. The FTE authorization is used by the following:
  • Economic Development Appropriation
  • High Quality Jobs Creations Assistance
  • Economic Development Energy Projects Fund
  • Iowa Individual New Jobs Training (NJT) 260E Fund
Pg 3, Ln 43
Specifies the designated purpose for the appropriation as follows:
  • Provides for the operation of the Divisions of the IEDA.
  • Permits FTE positions to be funded through the appropriation, other funds, or federal funds as available.
  • Authorizes funds for business development operations and programs.
  • Permits transfers to the Strategic Investment Fund.
  • Authorizes funds for community economic development programs.
  • For achieving the goals, accountability, and fulfilling the requirements and duties as specified.
Pg 4, Ln 23Requires nonreversion of funds appropriated to the IEDA from the General Fund until the close of FY 2017 for the purposes designated.
Pg 4, Ln 28
Places the following restrictions on funds for the Economic Development appropriation:
  • Requires businesses to be subject to contract provisions that require job positions to be filled with individuals that are citizens of the U.S., reside in the U.S., or are authorized to work in the U.S. pursuant to federal law.
  • Requires businesses to adhere to the contract provisions and provide periodic assurances of compliance.
  • Requires businesses to employ only individuals legally authorized to work in Iowa.
  • Permits the recapture of all or a portion of any financial assistance provided to a business that is found to knowingly employ individuals not legally authorized to work in Iowa.
Pg 5, Ln 8
Permits the IEDA to use the funds appropriated in the Economic Development appropriation as follows:
  • For a program designed to recruit former Iowa residents and former students at Iowa colleges and universities.
  • For a program to assist early-stage industry companies established by female entrepreneurs.
  • For a program to assist advanced research and commercialization projects involving value-added agriculture, advanced technology, or biotechnology.
Pg 5, Ln 23Prohibits the IEDA from using any funds appropriated to provide financial assistance to any project that involves the installation of geothermal systems for melting snow and ice from streets or sidewalks.
Pg 5, Ln 28Limits the FY 2016 General Fund appropriation to the IEDA for the World Food Prize to $712,500.

DETAIL: This a decrease of $287,500 compared to the standing appropriation of $1,000,000 in the Iowa Code and $87,500 compared to estimated FY 2015.

NOTE: In recent years there has been an appropriation of $800,000 from the General Fund and $200,000 to the IEDA in the Infrastructure Appropriations Act for the support of the World Food Prize including the Borlaug/Ruan Scholarship Program. This has brought total State funding for the World Food Prize to $1,000,000. House File 650 (Infrastructure Appropriations Act) appropriates $300,000 from the Rebuild Iowa Infrastructure Fund (RIIF) to the IEDA for support of the World Food Prize.
Pg 5, Ln 35General Fund appropriation to the Iowa Commission on Volunteer Service.

DETAIL: Maintains the current funding level and FTE support compared to estimated FY 2015.
Pg 6, Ln 3Allocates $75,000 for the Iowa Commission on Volunteer Service Grant Program and $103,133 for the Iowa Promise and Mentoring Partnership Program.

DETAIL: Maintains the current funding level compared to estimated FY 2015.
Pg 6, Ln 7Requires nonreversion of funds appropriated to the Iowa State Commission on Volunteer Service and the Iowa Promise and Mentoring Partnership Programs from the General Fund until the close of FY 2017 for the purposes designated.
Pg 6, Ln 12General Fund appropriation to the IEDA for financial assistance to the Iowa Councils of Governments (COGs).

DETAIL: Maintains the current funding level compared to estimated FY 2015. From FY 2011 to FY 2013, the COGs received assistance through interest earned on the Economic Development Fund.
Pg 6, Ln 19Authorizes 2.25 FTE positions for the Vision Iowa Program.

DETAIL: This is no change compared to estimated FY 2015.
Pg 6, Ln 25Insurance receipts transfer to the IEDA for insurance economic development.

DETAIL: This is no change compared to estimated FY 2015. Funds collected by the Insurance Division of the Department of Commerce in excess of the anticipated gross revenues are allocated to the IEDA for insurance economic development purposes. These funds are used by the IEDA to recruit insurance companies to the State.
Pg 6, Ln 32General Fund appropriation to the Iowa Finance Authority (IFA) for the Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) Rent Subsidy Program.

DETAIL: Maintains the current funding level compared to estimated FY 2015.
Pg 6, Ln 40Requires participation in the Rent Subsidy Program to be limited to individuals at risk of nursing home placement and those eligible under the federal Money Follows the Person Grant Program. Permits the IFA to use up to $35,000 for administrative costs.
Pg 7, Ln 5Requests the Auditor of State to review the outside audit of the IFA.
Pg 7, Ln 8General Fund appropriation to the Public Employment Relations Board (PERB).

DETAIL: Maintains the current funding level and FTE positions compared to estimated FY 2015.
Pg 7, Ln 19Requires the allocation of $15,000 for a searchable website containing collective bargaining information.

DETAIL: This is no change compared to the FY 2015 allocation.
Pg 7, Ln 23General Fund appropriations to the Iowa Department of Workforce Development (IWD).
Pg 7, Ln 29General Fund appropriation to the IWD Division of Labor Services.

DETAIL: This is an increase of $756,377 and 12.90 FTE positions compared to estimated FY 2015. Changes include the following:
  • An increase of $668,877 to support the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Programs.
  • An increase of $87,500 and 2.00 FTE positions for an investigator and support staff for wage enforcement.
  • An increase of 10.90 FTE positions to match the FY 2015 authorized amount.
Pg 7, Ln 35Requires the Division of Labor Services to reimburse the Employment Appeals Board in the Department of Inspections and Appeals for the costs associated with hearings related to contractor registration from contractor registration fees.
Pg 7, Ln 39Requires the Labor Services Division to allocate $87,500 to hire an additional investigator and support staff for Wage Enforcement.
Pg 7, Ln 43General Fund appropriation to the IWD Division of Workers' Compensation.

DETAIL: Maintains the current funding level compared to estimated FY 2015 and provides an increase of 3.00 FTE positions to match the authorized amount in FY 2015.
Pg 8, Ln 6Requires the Workers' Compensation Division to continue to charge a $100 filing fee for workers' compensation cases. Permits the losing party to be taxed for the fee, unless it would impose an undue hardship or be unjust. Appropriates the fees collected to the IWD to be used for the administration of the Workers' Compensation Division.

DETAIL: This is no change compared to estimated FY 2015.

Pg 8, Ln 15General Fund appropriation to the IWD for the operation of Field Offices and the Workforce Development Board.

DETAIL: Maintains the current funding level compared to estimated FY 2015. The 40.96 decrease in FTE positions is to match the FY 2015 authorized amount. Additional FTE positions currently showing in the Field Office Operating Fund are due to a change in accounting and the IWD also tracking the Promise Jobs Program in the Fund.
Pg 8, Ln 21
Allocates $150,000 for the State Library for licensing the LearningExpress Library.

NOTE: Total FY 2016 Field Office funding is $11,195,497 from the following sources:
  • $9,029,413 - General Fund, excluding this $150,000 allocation (must also support the Workforce Development Board).
  • $1,766,084 - Special Contingency Fund (See Section 11).
  • $400,000 - Reserve Fund Interest (See Section 12).
Pg 8, Ln 26Requires the IWD to allocate at least $1,130,602 for operation of three satellite field offices projected to serve the most people from the offices located in Decorah, Fort Madison, Iowa City, and Webster City.

DETAIL: Maintains the current FY 2015 funding allocation. The IWD currently operates satellite field offices at all four locations. However, some offices are only open two to four days per week.
Pg 8, Ln 32General Fund appropriation to the IWD for the Offender Reentry Program.

DETAIL: Maintains the current funding level and FTE positions compared to estimated FY 2015.
Pg 8, Ln 39Requires the IWD to partner with the Department of Corrections to improve the ability of offenders to find and retain employment.
Pg 8, Ln 43
Requires nonreversion of funds appropriated to the IWD from the General Fund for the following through FY 2017, for the purposes designated:
  • Division of Labor Services.
  • Division of Workers' Compensation.
  • Workforce Development Operations for Field Offices and the Workforce Development Board.
  • Offender Reentry Program.
Pg 9, Ln 6General Fund appropriation to the IWD for investigation of employers that misclassify workers.

DETAIL: Maintains the current funding level compared to estimated FY 2015 and provides an increase of 4.70 FTE positions to match the authorized amount in FY 2015. State General Funds are utilized first, and then federal funds are utilized for the remainder of the fiscal year.
Pg 9, Ln 17Special Employment Security Contingency Fund (also known as the Penalty and Interest or P & I Fund) appropriation to the IWD for operation of the Field Offices.

DETAIL: Maintains the current funding level compared to estimated FY 2015.

NOTE: Total funding for Field Offices is discussed in Section 9.3(b). Section 9 provides a General Fund appropriation and Section 12 provides an Unemployment Insurance Reserve Fund interest appropriation for Field Offices.
Pg 9, Ln 24Appropriates any remaining penalty and interest revenues to be used as needed by the IWD.
Pg 9, Ln 29Unemployment Compensation Reserve Fund interest appropriation to the IWD for operation of the Field Offices.

DETAIL: Maintains the current funding level compared to estimated FY 2015.

NOTE: Total funding for Field Offices is discussed in Section 9.3(b). Section 9 provides a General Fund appropriation and Section 11 provides a Special Employment Security Contingency Fund appropriation for Field Offices.
Pg 9, Ln 38Requires the IWD to require a unique login for all users that access Workforce Development Centers operated through electronic access points.
Pg 9, Ln 42CODE: Appropriates funds to the IWD for administration of the Unemployment Compensation Program from the Unemployment Compensation Fund without specifying an amount. This appropriation does not apply to any fiscal year beginning after December 31, 2015 (FY 2016).
Pg 10, Ln 8General Fund appropriation to ISU for Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs).

DETAIL: Maintains the current General Fund appropriation compared to estimated FY 2015.

NOTE: See Section 16.1(b)(2)(a) for the total funding provided to the SBDCs.
Pg 10, Ln 15Skilled Worker and Job Creation Fund appropriations to various departments.
Pg 10, Ln 23Skilled Worker and Job Creation Fund appropriation to the IEDA for the High Quality Jobs Program.

DETAIL: Maintains the current funding level compared to estimated FY 2015.
Pg 10, Ln 26Permits the IEDA to use no more than $1,000,000 of this appropriation for the Main Street Iowa Program.

DETAIL: This is no change compared to estimated FY 2015.
Pg 10, Ln 30Requires recipients of Skilled Worker and Job Creation Fund appropriations to testify regarding the use of the funds appropriated in this Division for the High Quality Jobs Initiative at the request of the Economic Development Appropriations Subcommittee.
Pg 10, Ln 35Skilled Worker and Job Creation Fund appropriation to the Board of Regents for the commercialization of research.

DETAIL: Maintains the current funding level compared to estimated FY 2015.
Pg 10, Ln 43Specifies the allocation of the Regents funding among the three universities as follows:
  • Iowa State University (ISU): $1,050,000.
  • University of Iowa (UI): $1,050,000.
  • University of Northern Iowa (UNI): $900,000.
Pg 11, Ln 5Requires the Regents universities to provide a one-to-one match of funding received from the Regents funding.
Pg 11, Ln 8Requires the Board of Regents to submit an annual report by January 15 to the Governor, the General Assembly, and the Legislative Services Agency regarding the use of the appropriation to the Regents.
Pg 11, Ln 21Skilled Worker and Job Creation Fund appropriation to ISU for ongoing economic development efforts.

DETAIL: Maintains the current funding level and FTE positions compared to estimated FY 2015.
Pg 11, Ln 28Specifies that at least $735,728 of the appropriation must be allocated to the Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs).

DETAIL: This maintains the current minimum allocation.

NOTE: Section 15 of this Act appropriates $101,000 from the General Fund for the SBDCs, bringing total minimum funding for FY 2016 to $836,728.
Pg 11, Ln 35Requires ISU to focus expenditures on projects that will provide economic stimulus in Iowa and emphasize providing services to Iowa-based companies.
Pg 11, Ln 41Specifies the General Assembly's intent that the Industrial Incentive Program seek contributions and in-kind donations from businesses, industrial foundations, and trade associations. Specifies matching requirements under the Program.
Pg 12, Ln 13Requires ISU to report annually to the Economic Development Appropriations Subcommittee and the Legislative Services Agency regarding the total amount of private contributions, the proportion of those contributions from small businesses, and the proportion used for directed contract research and nondirected research.
Pg 12, Ln 20Skilled Worker and Job Creation Fund appropriation to the UI for ongoing economic development efforts.

DETAIL: Maintains the current funding level and FTE positions compared to estimated FY 2015.
Pg 12, Ln 28Requires the UI to focus expenditures on projects that will provide economic stimulus in Iowa and emphasize providing services to Iowa-based companies.
Pg 12, Ln 33Skilled Worker and Job Creation Fund appropriation to the UI for the Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth Initiative.

DETAIL: Maintains the current funding level and FTE support compared to estimated FY 2015. The appropriation is to expand public/private partnerships and programming through the Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Center.
Pg 12, Ln 39Skilled Worker and Job Creation Fund appropriation to the University of Northern Iowa (UNI) for ongoing economic development efforts related to the Metal Casting Institute, the MyEntre.Net Internet application, and the Institute for Decision Making.

DETAIL: Maintains the current funding level compared to estimated FY 2015 and increases FTE positions by 2.03 to match the authorized amount for FY 2015.
Pg 13, Ln 3Requires that at least $617,639 of the appropriation be allocated to the UNI's Regional Business Center and Economic Gardening Program.
Pg 13, Ln 8Requires the UNI to focus expenditures on projects that will provide economic stimulus in Iowa and emphasize providing services to Iowa-based companies.
Pg 13, Ln 14Requires recipients of Skilled Worker and Job Creation Fund appropriations to testify regarding the use of the funds appropriated at the request of the Economic Development Appropriations Subcommittee.
Pg 13, Ln 18Skilled Worker and Job Creation Fund appropriation to IWD for a long-term sustained job training program.

DETAIL: Maintains the current funding level compared to estimated FY 2015. This is for a training program to be developed by a group similar to A Mid-Iowa Organizing Strategy (AMOS) and Project IOWA.
Pg 13, Ln 23Requires IWD to have a request for proposal (RFP) issued no later than September 1, 2015.
Pg 13, Ln 26Specifies that IWD and the entity that receives the RFP will testify regarding the use of the funds at the request of the Economic Development Appropriations Subcommittee.
Pg 13, Ln 30Requires nonreversion of funds appropriated from the Skilled Worker and Job Creation Fund to the IEDA, the Board of Regents, and IWD until the close of FY 2017 for the purposes designate.
Pg 13, Ln 35Division II appropriates a total of $21,625,384 from the General Fund and authorizes 562.23 FTE positions to the DCA, IEDA, IFA, PERB, IWD, and the Board of Regents for FY 2017. Division II also appropriates a total of $13,933,043 from other funds for FY 2017. The appropriations are equal to approximately 50.00% of the appropriations for FY 2016, with the exception of an additional $500,000 for the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Internships from the General Fund for FY 2017. The authorized FTE positions are the same for both fiscal years.
Pg 26, Ln 21CODE: Adds "service-disabled veterans" to the definition of "targeted small business" and defines "service-disabled veteran."
Pg 26, Ln 33CODE: Adds "service-disabled veteran-owned" to the list of businesses that specified entities must make a good-faith effort to utilize for specified services and defines "service-disability veteran-owned."
Pg 27, Ln 8CODE: Adds a goal for procurement preferences from "service-disabled veteran-owned businesses."

NOTE: The preference groups are not exclusive and a business may be a member of two or all three preference groups. Therefore, the listed goals exceed 100.00%.
Pg 27, Ln 17VETOED: The Governor vetoed Division IV (Merit System Changes) related to State employee classifications. The Governor stated, "Under current Iowa Code, administrators are classified as at-will employees. The at-will designation allows for greater accountability for these managers. Subjecting administrators to the merit system would decrease accountability to taxpayers and hinder the effective management of important government functions."
Pg 27, Ln 20CODE: Provides that administrative law judges appointed or employed by the Public Employment Relations Board (PERB) are subject to the merit system provision of Iowa Code chapter 8A. This item was vetoed by the Governor.
Pg 27, Ln 30CODE: Provides that if an employee subject to the merit system is an administrative law judge (ALJ) appointed or employed by the PERB, an appeal by the employee concerning a grievance is to be heard by an ALJ employed by the Department of Inspections and Appeals (DIA). The DIA ruling is considered final agency action and the employee cannot appeal that response to the PERB. This item was vetoed by the Governor.
Pg 28, Ln 5CODE: Provides that if an employee subject to the merit system is an ALJ appointed or employed by the PERB, an appeal by the employee concerning a discipline resolution is to be heard by an ALJ employed by the DIA. The DIA ruling is considered final agency action and the employee cannot appeal that response to the PERB. This item was vetoed by the Governor.
Pg 28, Ln 29CODE: Provides that the administrator of the Administrative Hearings Division of the DIA is covered by the merit system. This item was vetoed by the Governor.
Pg 28, Ln 43CODE: Provides that chief deputy workers’ compensation commissioners and deputy workers’ compensation commissioners are appointed and serve pursuant to the merit system unless the commissioners are otherwise covered by a collective bargaining agreement. This item was vetoed by the Governor.

DETAIL: Current law provides that chief deputy workers' compensation commissioners are exempt from the merit system and that all chief deputy and deputy commissioners serve at the pleasure of the workers’ compensation commissioner.
Pg 29, Ln 8CODE: Provides that an ALJ employed by the Department of Workforce Development for unemployment compensation cases is covered by the merit system unless the ALJ is otherwise covered by a collective bargaining agreement. This item was vetoed by the Governor.
Pg 29, Ln 23CODE: Adds the requirement that the Brownfield Redevelopment Advisory Council must recommend and the IEDA Board must provide approval before an IEDA deadline extension can be granted for Redevelopment Tax Credit projects and eliminates a restriction on the length of an extension.
Pg 29, Ln 33The Division modifying Redevelopment Tax Credits is effective on enactment.
Pg 29, Ln 36The Section modifying project deadline obligations for IEDA Redevelopment Tax Credits applies retroactively to qualifying agreements entered into on or after July 1, 2010, if a request for a deadline extension is submitted to the IEDA on or after January 1, 2015.
Pg 29, Ln 42Modifies provisions and establishes a Nuisance Property Remediation Assistance Fund and Program relating to nuisance property and abandoned buildings.
Pg 30, Ln 2CODE: Requires the Economic Development Authority (IEDA) to establish a Nuisance Property Remediation Fund for the purpose of providing financial assistance to cities for the remediation of nuisance properties, abandoned buildings, and other structures. Permits the IEDA to operate the Fund as a revolving fund and to use moneys in the Fund for purposes of the Program or the Authority may transfer the moneys to other funds it has created. However, the IEDA must use any funds specifically appropriated for nuisance property remediation assistance for the Program. The Fund may consist of appropriations and any other funds lawfully available to the Authority.




Pg 30, Ln 30Requires nonreversion of the balance in the Nuisance Property Remediation Fund at the close of each fiscal year.
Pg 30, Ln 34CODE: Restricts the IEDA to 5.00% of the money in the Fund, at the beginning of the fiscal year, for administrative costs and other expenses.
Pg 30, Ln 38CODE: Requires the IEDA to use moneys in the Nuisance Property Remediation Fund for the purpose of providing financial assistance, in the form of grants, loans, forgivable loans, or other forms, to cities for the remediation of nuisance properties, abandoned buildings, and other structures, and may use a competitive scoring process.
Pg 31, Ln 1CODE: Allows the Authority to grant priority to cities with severe blighted areas, widespread dilapidated housing stock, or high rates of low and moderate income residents.
Pg 31, Ln 5CODE: Requires the Authority to enter into an agreement with a city concerning financial assistance under the Program.
Pg 31, Ln 17CODE: Prohibits a city receiving financial assistance under this Program from including that financial assistance in the amount of any lien against the property related to the costs to remediate the property.
Pg 31, Ln 22CODE: Requires the IEDA to submit a report to the General Assembly and the Governor's Office on or before January 31, 2019, describing the results of the Nuisance Property Remediation Assistance Program and recommendations for additional changes.
Pg 31, Ln 29CODE: Adds violations of the building code to the definition of "abandoned" and "abandonment."
Pg 31, Ln 35CODE: Amends the definition of “building” to include buildings used or intended to be used for commercial or industrial purposes and makes corresponding amendments to refer to the local building code or local housing code, as applicable.
Pg 32, Ln 2CODE: Requires service of notice to be provided by personal service or certified mail or, if service cannot be made by either method, by posting on the building and publication in a newspaper of general circulation in the city.

DETAIL: Current statute requires service of notice of the filing of the petition for title to be made by certified mail and by posting on the building.
Pg 32, Ln 11CODE: Adds a building code to the listing of factors for the court to consider when determining whether property has been abandoned and requires the court to enter an order under the specified conditions.
Pg 33, Ln 4This Act is effective on July 1, 2015, and retroactive to July 1, 2015, if signed by the Governor on or after July 1, 2015.