All Information (Except Text) for S.894 - A bill to amend title 40, United States Code, to provide requirements for the disposal of surplus Federal property relating to review of bidders and post-sale responsibilities.115th Congress (2017-2018) |
|Sponsor:||Sen. Daines, Steve [R-MT] (Introduced 04/07/2017)|
|Committees:||Senate - Environment and Public Works|
|Latest Action:||Senate - 04/07/2017 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Environment and Public Works. (All Actions)|
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|04/07/2017||Introduced in Senate|
04/07/2017 Introduced in Senate
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|04/07/2017||Read twice and referred to the Committee on Environment and Public Works. (text of measure as introduced: CR S2456)|
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04/07/2017 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Environment and Public Works. (text of measure as introduced: CR S2456)
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|Senate Environment and Public Works||04/07/2017||Referred to|
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Introduced in Senate (04/07/2017)
This bill requires the General Services Administration (GSA), for the purpose of ensuring settlement of a loan that was used by a member of the public to purchase federal real property that has a significant health or safety concern: (1) to identify, during the course of the ordinary bidding process, whether there is any obvious and significant indication that the prospective purchaser is incapable of settling the loan obligation or removing any health or safety conditions; and (2) if such an indication is identified, to document it and disallow the sale.
If an immediate or subsequent purchaser of an asbestos-affected federal property is a debtor and transfers any of the property having significant quantities of unabated asbestos to a state or local government, GSA shall coordinate with other federal agencies to identify funding resources for asbestos abatement if such government submits a request for such coordination within 20 years after the initial sale of the affected property by the GSA.
The bill defines "asbestos-affected property" as any federal property sold by the GSA after April 30, 2013, that contains friable asbestos and a significant overall quantity of asbestos, such that damage inflicted on the property by a natural disaster would cause significant damage to the public.