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Missouri Senate Capitol Briefing for the Week of April 9, 2012

After observing the Easter holiday, Missouri senators jumped back into work on Tuesday, April 10, and gave final approval to several measures.

To protect landlord rights,
SB 804 states that if a tenant receives a court judgment stating he or she must vacate the property and that person hasn’t done so 10 days after the judgment, he or she would be subject to a Class B misdemeanor. The bill sponsor stated that landlords deserve the same protections under the law as any other legitimate business owner.

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