ST. PAUL, Minn. (KTTC) -- Gov. Mark Dayton signed four bills into law Thursday.
All of the bills passed the legislature with unanimous support.
Chapter 4, House File 66, modifying drainage system provisions. This bill passed the legislature with unanimous support.
Chapter 5, House File 90: Financial exploitations of vulnerable adult offenses allowed to be aggregated over a six month period, and venue options expended.
Chapter 6, House File 365, regulating electronic fund transfers, providing that Uniform Commercial Code Article 4a does not apply to a remittance transfer that is not an electronic funds transfer under the federal Electronic Fund Transfer Act.
Chapter 7, House File 278, enacting the Uniform Electronic Legal Material Act, as approved by the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws.
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