Asbestos Trust Transparency: S.B. 470 (2018)
Requires a plaintiff to file a sworn statement within 30
Requires a plaintiff to file a sworn statement within 30 days of filing a personal injury claim indicating that an investigation of all bankruptcy trust claims has been conducted and that all claims that can be made by the plaintiff have been filed. If the defendant has a reasonable belief that the plaintiff can file additional claims, the defendant may move the court to stay the action until the plaintiff files the bankruptcy trust claims.
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