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Chapter 960 Section 03 – 2021 Florida Statutes

Chapter 960 VICTIM ASSISTANCE. SECTION 03 Definitions; ss. 960.01-960.28. 960.03 Definitions; ss. 960.01 – 960.28.—As used in ss. 960.01 – 960.28, unless the context otherwise requires, the term: (1) “Catastrophic injury” means a permanent impairment constituted by: (a) Spinal cord injury involving severe paralysis of an arm, a leg, or …

Florida Construction Law Update for 2018 | Kelley Kronenberg

· Florida Statute § 725.06 dictates that an indemnity obligation in a contract for or in connection with “any construction of a building, structure, appurtenance, or appliance, including moving and excavating associated therewith” that seeks to protect a party from its own fault is void as against public policy unless the contract complies …

Florida Statute 790.251 | Southwest Florida Business and …

A couple of events prompted this post. First, as I was driving to work last week, I saw a car sporting an “Insured by Smith & Wesson” bumper sticker. Perhaps this will officially out me as an employment law nerd, but, being that it was on a vehicle, this bumper sticker made me think of Florida’s Bring Gun to Work, which I’ve posted about before.

Florida Statutes > Chapter 216 – Planning and Budgeting …

Terms Used In Florida Statutes > Chapter 216 – Planning and Budgeting. Abandoned water well: means a well the use of which has been permanently discontinued.See Florida Statutes 373.303; Affidavit: A written statement of facts confirmed by the oath of the party making it, before a notary or officer having authority to administer oaths.; Amendment: A proposal to alter the text of a pending bill …

A Loitering and Prowling Primer – The Florida Bar

· It has been this writer’s experience that a clear understanding of Florida’s loitering and prowling statute, F.S. §856.021, 1 is difficult to attain for prosecutors, defense attorneys, and police alike. I believe this is due at least partly to the fact that the language in the statute is vague (perhaps inevitably so), and that it establishes a reliance upon someone else’s subjective …

Florida: Common Law | Without My Consent

The Florida Supreme Court has recognized that this “newsworthiness” exception is a “formidable obstacle” for a plaintiff bringing an invasion of privacy suit. 42 The exception covers things such as current events of public significance, and information about actors participating in them, as well as “soft news” and human interest …

THE FLORIDA EVIDENCE CODE AND THE SEPARATION OF …

· Florida Statute 193.461 is commonly referred to as the “Greenbelt Exemption”. Under this statute, farm properties that are used for bona fide agricultural activities are to be taxed based on the current “use” value of the property–$500 per acre—versus its development value, …

Florida’s Agricultural Property Qualification and How to …

An important event occurred this past legislative session. Ch. 736 was added to the Florida Statutes. For estate, family law, elder law, and tax practitioners; for clients, their beneficiaries, accountants, and trustees; for regulated trust companies and for Florida courts, this promises to be a big deal ! Along time in the making, new Ch. 736 and some conforming amendments made to the Probate …

The New Florida Trust Code, Part 1 – The Florida Bar

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