A bill in Utah’s legislature would cut the claim period to 90 days for any unpaid balance of a home sold in a short sale.

The proposal, which passed a House committee unanimously Monday, would alter an existing law that gives lienholders six years to file for a deficiency judgment. The bill’s sponsor said that timeframe hurts homeowners and agents trying to sell distressed properties.

Read more at The Salt Lake Tribune.

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