Synopsis As Introduced Creates the Residential Real Property Homestead Exemptions Disclosure Act. Requires the sellers of residential real property to disclose to the buyers of the property the amount of each homestead exemption that applies to the seller's ownership of the property. Sets forth the requirements and procedures for making the disclosure. Provides that a buyer may void the sales contract if the disclosure is defective. Provides that no action for a violation of the Act may be commenced more than one year after the date of the buyers occupancy or the date that the instrument of conveyance is recorded, whichever is less. Requires a copy of this Act must be included with each disclosure. Contains other provisions. Effective immediately.
Deletes everything after the enacting clause. Amends the Property Tax Code. Provides that transfer declarations must include information concerning any homestead exemptions for the property. Effective immediately.