A substitute bill that improves the self-storage lien law in the state of Utah has passed the House and Senate and was signed by Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr. last week. The substitute was created to fix erroneous language in the original bill, SB 208, which would have required self-storage owners to post six neighborhood signs in conspicuous locations around a facility’s neighborhood prior to each lien sale.
Carlos Kaslow, general counsel to the national Self Storage Association, caught the error and consulted on the new measure, sponsored by the SSA and the Utah Self Storage Association.
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