BOSTON, AP. Massachusetts State building on Tuesday.
The bill gives the owner or tenant of a residential property the right to sue anyone who installs a video device on an area adjacent to a residential property for the purpose of videotaping actions that take place in the backyard of a residential property with the intention of insulting, annoying or threatening someone without written the consent of the owner or tenant.
Other bills to be considered by the Legislative Assembly’s Judiciary Committee include bills that will remove racial restrictive clauses in real estate deeds, prevent the use of “illegal” prominent domain hijacks, guarantee a universal right to legal assistance in eviction cases, and protect buyers. from the unconscious purchase of real estate in the flood zone.
The hearing is scheduled for 10 am Tuesday morning. The public can participate in virtual hearings that will be broadcast live on the Legislative Assembly website.
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