General Assembly: 79 (2002 Regular GA) - Chapter 1144 - Notarial acts by judicial officers


Published: 2002-05-02

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420LAWS OF THE SEVENTY−NINTH G.A., 2002 SESSIONCH. 1144

CH. 1144CH. 1144

CHAPTER 1144

NOTARIAL ACTS BY JUDICIAL OFFICERS

H.F. 2191

AN ACT relating to notarial acts by judicial officers.

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

Section 1.Section 9E.6A, unnumbered paragraph 1, Code Supplement 2001, is amended to read as follows:

Each person performing a notarial act pursuant to section 9E.10 must acquire and use a stamp or seal as provided in this chapter. However, this section shall not apply to a person performing a notarial act under performed by a judicial officer as defined in section 602.1101, if the notarial act is performed in accordance with state or federal statutory authority.

PARAGRAPH DIVIDED.The stamp or seal as required in this section shall contain all of the following:

Approved May 2, 2002

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CH. 1145CH. 1145

CHAPTER 1145

ENTERPRISE ZONES

H.F. 2378

AN ACT relating to the enterprise zone program and providing effective and retroactive appli- cability dates.

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

Section 1.Section 15E.192, subsections 2, 3, and 4, Code 2001, are amended to read as fol- lows:

2.A city with a population of twenty-four thousand or more, as shown by the 1990 2000 certi- fied federal census, may create an economic development enterprise zone as authorized in this division, subject to certification by the department of economic development, by designating one or more contiguous census tracts, as determined in the most recent federal census, or des- ignating other geographic units approved by the department of economic development for that purpose. If there is an area in the city which meets the requirements for eligibility for an urban or rural enterprise community under Title XIII of the federal Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1993, such area shall be designated by the state an economic development enterprise zone. The area meeting the requirements for eligibility for an urban or rural enterprise com- munity shall not be included for the purpose of determining the area limitation pursuant to subsection 4. In creating an enterprise zone, a city with a population of twenty-four thousand or more, as shown by the 1990 2000 certified federal census, may designate as part of the area tracts or approved geographic units located in a contiguous city if such tracts or approved geo- graphic units meet the criteria and the city agrees to being included. The city may establish more than one enterprise zone. Reference in this division to city" means a city with a popula- tion of twenty-four thousand or more, as shown by the 1990 2000 certified federal census.