CHAPTER 381

FORMERLY

SENATE BILL NO. 348

AN ACT TO AMEND CHAPTER 46, TITLE 6, DELAWARE CODE, RELATING TO EQUAL RIGHTS TO HOUSING.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF DELAWARE:

Section 1. Amend Section 4610, subsection (e) (1), Chapter 46, Title 6,

Delaware Code, by striking the words "may elect to" as they appear in the second sentence, and substituting in lieu thereof, the phrase ", in the absence of any conflict of duty, shall".

Section 2. Amend Section 4610, subsection (e) (2), Chapter 46, Title 6, Delaware Code, by striking the words "elect to pursue" as they appear In the first sentence, and substituting in lieu thereof, the word "commence".

Section 3. Amend Section 4610, subsection (e) (2), Chapter 46, Title 6, Delaware Code, by striking the phrase ", provided it has funds available in the Special Administration Fund," as it appears in the first sentence.

Section 4. Amend Section 4610, subsection (e) (2), Chapter 46, Title 6,

Delaware Code, by striking the second sentence of said subsection to its entirety.

Section 5. Amend Section 4612, subsection (n) (2), Chapter 46, Title 6, Delaware Code, by striking the words "may elect to as they appear in the first sentence, and substituting in lieu thereof, the phrase ", to the absence of any conflict of duty, shall".

Section 6. Amend Section 4612, subsection (n) (2), Chapter 46, Title 6,

Delaware Code, by striking the last sentence of said subsection in its entirety.

Section 7. Amend Section 4612, subsection (n) (3), Chapter 46, Title 6,

Delaware Code, by striking the words "elect to pursue" as they appear in the first sentence, and substituting in lieu thereof, the word "commence".

Section 8. Amend Section 4612, subsection (n) (3), Chapter 46, Title 6, Delaware Code, by striking the phrase ", provided it has funds available in the Special Administration Fund," as it appears in the first sentence.

Section 9. Amend Section 4612, subsection (n) (3), Chapter 46, Title 6,

Delaware Code, by striking the second sentence of said subsection in its entirety.

Approved July 12, 1994.