General Assembly: 81 (2006 Regular GA) - Chapter 1054 - Confidential public records — government security procedures or emergency preparedness information


Published: 2006-04-12

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144LAWS OF THE EIGHTY-FIRST G.A., 2006 SESSIONCH. 1053

CH. 1053CH. 1053

CHAPTER 1053

LIQUIDATED DEBTS OWED LABOR COMMISSIONER AND LICENSE, COMMISSION, REGISTRATION, CERTIFICATE, OR PERMIT ISSUANCE

H.F. 2586

AN ACT relating to the collection of liquidated debts owed to and various authorizations is- sued by the labor commissioner.

Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa:

Section 1. Section 91.4, subsection 9, Code 2005, is amended to read as follows: 9. The commissioner may establish rules pursuant to chapter 17A to assess and collect in-

terest on fees, penalties, and other amounts due the division. The commissioner may delay, or1 following written notice, deny the issuance of a license, commission, registration, certifi- cate, or permit authorized under chapter 88A, 89, 89A, 90A, 91C, or 94A if the applicant for the license, commission, registration, certificate, or permit owes a liquidated debt to the commis- sioner.

Approved April 12, 2006

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CH. 1054CH. 1054

CHAPTER 1054

CONFIDENTIAL PUBLIC RECORDS — GOVERNMENT SECURITY PROCEDURES

OR EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS INFORMATION

H.F. 2590

AN ACT providing for the confidentiality of information concerning security procedures or emergency preparedness information developed and maintained by a government body.

Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa:

Section 1. Section 22.7, subsections 44 and 46, Code Supplement 2005, are amended by striking the subsections.

Sec. 2. Section 22.7, Code Supplement 2005, is amended by adding the following new sub- section: NEW SUBSECTION. 52. Information concerning security procedures or emergency pre-

paredness information developed andmaintained by a government body for the protection of governmental employees, visitors to the government body, persons in the care, custody, or un- der the control of the government body, or property under the jurisdiction of the government body, if disclosure could reasonably be expected to jeopardize such employees, visitors, per- sons, or property. Such information includes but is not limited to information directly related to vulnerability

assessments; information contained in records relating to security measures such as security and response plans, security codes and combinations, passwords, restricted area passes, keys, and security or response procedures; emergency response protocols; and information con-

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1 See chapter 1185, §117 herein

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tained in records that if disclosed would significantly increase the vulnerability of critical physical systems or infrastructures of a government body to attack. This subsection shall only apply to information held by a government body that has adopted a rule or policy identifying the specific records or class of records towhich this subsection applies andwhich is contained in such a record.

Approved April 12, 2006

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CH. 1055CH. 1055

CHAPTER 1055

REGULATION OF REAL ESTATE BROKERS, SALESPERSONS, AND TRANSFERS

H.F. 2632

ANACT relating to real estate, including real estate broker and salesperson licensing and real estate disclosures.

Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa:

Section 1. Section 543B.5, Code Supplement 2005, is amended by adding the following new subsection: NEWSUBSECTION. 13A. “Listing” is an agreement between a property owner and anoth-

er person inwhich that person holds or advertises the property to the public as being available for sale or lease.

Sec. 2. Section 543B.7, subsection 1, Code Supplement 2005, is amended to read as fol- lows: 1. A person who, as owner, spouse of an owner, general partner of a limited partnership,

lessor, or prospective purchaser who does not make repeated and successive transactions of a like character, or through another engaged by such person on a regular full-time basis, buys, sells, manages, or otherwise performs any act with reference to property owned, rented, leased, or to be acquired by such person.

Sec. 3. Section 543B.15, subsection 4, Code Supplement 2005, is amended to read as fol- lows: 4. An applicant for a real estate broker’s or salesperson’s licensewhohas had aprofessional

license of anykind revokedor suspendedorwhohashad anyother formof discipline imposed, in this or any other jurisdiction may be denied a license by the commission on the grounds of the revocation, suspension, or other discipline.

Sec. 4. Section 543B.49, Code 2005, is amended to read as follows: 543B.49 INJUNCTIVE RELIEF. 1. In addition to the penalty and complaint provisions of sections 543B.43, 543B.44, and

543B.48, an injunction may be granted through an action in district court to prohibit a person from engaging in an activity which violates the provisions of section 543B.1. The court shall grant a permanent or temporary injunction if it appears to the court that a violation has oc- curred or is imminently threatened. The plaintiff is not required to show that the violation or threatened violation would greatly or irreparably injure the plaintiff. No bond shall be re- quired of the plaintiff unless the court determines that a bond is necessary in the public in-