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Sen. Brett Lindstrom

Sen. Brett Lindstrom

District 18

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January Summary
January 27th, 2017

January is coming to a close and with it comes the close of the first month of the 105th legislative session. While the body has not been without controversy during this time the Banking, Commerce and Insurance Committee has been working hard and to advance eight bills to general file.

Bills advanced to general file:

LB 17:  Change and eliminate provisions of the Real Property Appraiser Act and the Nebraska Appraisal Management Company Registration Act

LB 35:  Change provisions relating to the Nebraska Model Business Corporation Act

LB 138: Provides for transfer of business interests under uniform transfer-on-death security registration

LB 142: Redefine effective financing statement and change provisions relating to the master lien list with respect to farm product security interests

LB 184: Changes provisions relating to loan brokerage agreements, disclosure documents and rights to cancel.

LB 185:  Provides procedure and notice requirements and powers and duties for the Department of Banking and Finance with respect to certain abandoned license applications

LB 186: Change provisions relating to licensee surety bonds under the Nebraska Money Transmitters Act

LB 140: Change provisions relating to the Nebraska Banking Act, Department of Banking and Finance powers and duties, and other financial institution regulation.

Four of the bills I introduced have gone through the Banking, Commerce and Insurance Committee and have advanced to General File as listed above (138, 184, 185 and 186.)   We’ve also begun work on passing LB 388 to update Nebraska’s notary law and make us national leaders in this area.

Remote notary:

This bill would allow remote notarization in which a document can be notarized online while connected to a notary via face-time technology.  Virginia and Montana are currently the only states which use remote notary and we will continue to work for Nebraska to join this group on the cutting edge of notary technology.

As always serving the citizens of Nebraska, and especially those of District 18, remains the sole focus of my days spent here in the Capitol.  Thank you for the opportunity to serve.




Sen. Brett Lindstrom

District 18
Room #2015
P.O. Box 94604
Lincoln, NE 68509
Phone: (402) 471-2618
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