Senate kills bill to change foreclosure notification process
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A bill intended to give more warning to homeowners facing foreclosure came to an end Thursday after the Senate voted by voice vote to kill it, citing objections from banks and credit unions.
House Bill 309 would have required a sheriff to hand-deliver a notice of sale to a delinquent homeowner. Under present law, when a bank intends to sell a property, that notice must only be mailed to the homeowner.