Senate Bill 101
by M. Abraham
This bill (SB-101) modernizes the self storage auction laws allowing the storage owner to chose to advertise on an online auction site rather than being mandated to pay for costly advertisements in a newspaper.
*May 10th - 9am CT
SB101 is scheduled for
House Commerce Committee Meeting on TOMORROW!!
CONTACT YOUR COMMITTEE MEMBER TODAY!
SB101 passed the Senate last week with amendments. Check out the latest version here.
These newly added amendments will actually provide for even MORE notifications that our tenants will receive prior to a sale. It is important that we communicate that to the House Representatives.
SB101 simply removes the mandate requiring us to use newspapers to advertise our public auctions and allows us to choose the most effective means of advertising our auctions.
In 2016 we updated our lien laws to include additional means of contacting our tenants prior to a sale. The current advertising mandates create a financial burden on business owners that do not benefit the tenant.
Call the Commerce Committee Members NOW!!
Call the House
Ask for the Representative's Office that you would like to speak to and you will be transferred.
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Talking points are to the right. These points can be used as a guide to create emails or for a phone conversation. The important thing is that we make contact!
What do you say?
We've put together these talking points to help you!
Who do you contact?
CALL AND EMAIL Representatives that are in the districts of your home AND your storage property!
How do you contact?
Phone calls are important because ringing phones get attention but don't forget about emails! We need to be in their inboxes as well!
What is the latest status of SB101?
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