General Assembly: 76 (1995 Regular GA) - Chapter 69 - Meetings of the commission on the status of African-Americans

Published: 1995

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All claims against a decedent's estate, other than charges, whether due or to become due, absolute or contingent, liquidated or unliquidated, founded on contract or otherwise, are forever barred against the estate, the personal representative, and the distributees of the estate, unless filed with the clerk within the later to occur of four months after the date of the second publication of the notice to creditors or, as to each claimant whose identity is reasonably ascertainable, one month after service of notice by ordinary mail to the claimant's last known address. However, notice is not required to be given by mail to any creditor whose claim will be paid or otherwise satisfied during administration and the personal representative may waive the limitation on filing provided under this section. This section does not bar claims for which there is insurance coverage, to the extent of the coverage, claims for debts created under section 249A5 relating to the recovery of medical assis- tance pavments. or claimants entitled to equitable relief due to peculiar circumstances.

Sec. 8. Section 633.708, Code 1995, is amended to read as follows: 633.708 DISPOSITION OF MEDICAL ASSISTANCE SPECIAL NEEDS TRUSTS. Regardless of the terms of a medical assistance special needs trust, any pFeperty Fe eF held &y the tmst income received or asset added to the trust during a one-month period shall be expended as provided for medical assistance income trusts under section 633.709. on a monthly basis, during the life of the beneficiary. Any increase in income or principal retained in the trust from a previous month may be expended, during the life of the beneficiary, only for reasonable and necessary expenses of the trust, not to exceed ten dollars per month without court approval, for special needs of the beneficiary attributable to the beneficiary's disability and approved by the district court, for medical care or ser- vices that would otherwise be covered by medical assistance under chapter 249A, or to reimburse the state for medical assistance paid on behalf of the beneficiary.

Sec. 9. EFFECTIVE DATE. Section 8 of this Act, which amends section 633.708, takes effect October 1, 1995.

Approved April25, 1995


S.F. 164

AN ACT relating to the meetings of the commission on the status of African-Americans.

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

Section 1. Section 216Al43, Code 1995, is amended to read as follows: 216Al43 MEETINGS OF THE COMMISSION. The commission shall meet E!'.rety etheF meoth at least once each quarter and may hold

special meetings on the call of the chairperson. The commission may adopt rules pursuant to chapter 17 A as it deems necessary for the conduct of its business. The members of the commission shall be reimbursed for actual expenses while engaged in their official duties. Members may also be eligible to receive compensation as provided in section 7E.6.

Approved April25, 1995