Missouri Bill Calls for Property Manager Listing
Updated 7/12/17: The Kansas City Star published an article titled Greitens signs bill aimed at tracking owners of abandoned property in KC.
Link to bill text
May 1, 2017
HB 493 — LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES (Bondon)
COMMITTEE OF ORIGIN: Standing Committee on Local Government
Currently, limited liability companies in Kansas City that own or rent real property or own unoccupied property within the city are required to file an affidavit with the city clerk specifying the name and address of a person with management control or responsibility for the real property. This bill clarifies that it must be a street address and must be a natural person.
The limited liability company must file a successor affidavit within 30 days of a change in the natural person with management control or responsibility for the real property.
The city cannot charge a fee for the filing of the affidavit or successor affidavit.
If a limited liability company fails or refuses to file the affidavit, any person adversely affected by the failure or refusal, or the city, may petition the circuit court in the county where the property is located to direct the completion and filing of the affidavit.
This bill is the same as HB 1708 (2016).
Missouri House of Representatives (HB 493 full info)