This bill makes several changes to civil asset forfeiture law following months of negotiation with law enforcement agencies.
Homeowners in Utah should be allowed to convert a portion of their home into an accessory apartment.
Should the government be able to take your property to build a public park? It's quite likely, there's nothing standing in their way.
Should people be able to rent out a portion of their home on a short term basis? There's no reason to prohibit it and coming out of COVID-19, people may need to.
This bill further limits the government's ability to take land and property for uses that are not absolutely necessary for the public need.
This bill would allow local governments to create "rent control" laws that arbitrarily impose price restrictions on the cost of renting property.
Property tax deferrals for seniors could help homeowners enjoy their property in the twilight of their lives.
In many Utah cities, an unkempt lawn is a criminal offense—should it be?
Property rights sound great in theory, but the law still needs to be improved to make sure the government can't take your property when it thinks it needs it.
Utahns aren't able to fully utilize there property due to local government regulations—SB 107 seeks to change that.