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Florida Statutes

Deleting provisions which have become inoperative by noncurrent repeal or expiration and, pursuant to s. 11.242(5)(b) and (i), F.S., may be omitted from the 2020 Florida Statutes only through a reviser’s bill duly enacted by the Legislature, etc.

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02/06/2020 S 598 er Open
12/12/2019 S 598 Filed Open

            
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    2         An act relating to the Florida Statutes; repealing ss.
    3         43.19, 45.033(3)(d), 45.034, 110.123(3)(k),
    4         339.135(5)(b)-(d), 343.1001, 343.1002, 343.1003,
    5         343.1004, 343.1005, 343.1006, 343.1008, 343.1009,
    6         343.1010, 343.1011, 343.1012, 343.1013, 375.075(4),
    7         403.087(10), 427.013(30), 466.051, 627.715(4),
    8         766.107, 937.041, 1011.03(2), 1011.60(8), and 1011.64,
    9         F.S., to delete provisions which have become
   10         inoperative by noncurrent repeal or expiration and,
   11         pursuant to s. 11.242(5)(b) and (i), F.S., may be
   12         omitted from the 2020 Florida Statutes only through a
   13         revisers bill duly enacted by the Legislature;
   14         providing an effective date.
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   16  Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida:
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   18         Section 1. Section 43.19, Florida Statutes, is repealed.
   19         Revisers note.—The cited section, which relates to unclaimed
   20         money paid into court, was repealed by s. 1, ch. 2018-71,
   21         Laws of Florida, effective July 1, 2019. Since the section
   22         was not repealed by a “current session” of the Legislature,
   23         it may be omitted from the 2020 Florida Statutes only
   24         through a revisers bill duly enacted by the Legislature.
   25         See s. 11.242(5)(b) and (i).
   26         Section 2. Paragraph (d) of subsection (3) of section
   27  45.033, Florida Statutes, is repealed.
   28         Revisers note.—The cited paragraph, which relates to
   29         qualification as a surplus trustee under s. 45.034, was
   30         repealed by s. 4, ch. 2018-71, Laws of Florida, effective
   31         July 1, 2019. Since the paragraph was not repealed by a
   32         “current session” of the Legislature, it may be omitted
   33         from the 2020 Florida Statutes only through a revisers
   34         bill duly enacted by the Legislature. See s. 11.242(5)(b)
   35         and (i).
   36         Section 3. Section 45.034, Florida Statutes, is repealed.
   37         Revisers note.—The cited section, which relates to
   38         qualifications and appointment of a surplus trustee in
   39         foreclosure actions, was repealed by s. 5, ch. 2018-71,
   40         Laws of Florida, effective July 1, 2019. Since the section
   41         was not repealed by a “current session” of the Legislature,
   42         it may be omitted from the 2020 Florida Statutes only
   43         through a revisers bill duly enacted by the Legislature.
   44         See s. 11.242(5)(b) and (i).
   45         Section 4. Paragraph (k) of subsection (3) of section
   46  110.123, Florida Statutes, is repealed.
   47         Revisers bill.—The cited paragraph, which relates to
   48         development of a plan for implementation of the benefit
   49         levels described in paragraph (j), expired pursuant to its
   50         own terms, effective July 1, 2019.
   51         Section 5. Paragraphs (b), (c), and (d) of subsection (5)
   52  of section 339.135, Florida Statutes, are repealed.
   53         Revisers note.—The cited paragraphs, which provide specific
   54         requirements for the 2018-2019 fiscal year only, expired
   55         pursuant to their own terms, effective July 1, 2019.
   56         Section 6. Sections 343.1001, 343.1002, 343.1003, 343.1004,
   57  343.1005, 343.1006, 343.1008, 343.1009, 343.1010, 343.1011,
   58  343.1012, and 343.1013, Florida Statutes, are repealed.
   59         Revisers note.—The cited sections, which relate to the Florida
   60         Regional Transportation Commission Act, were repealed
   61         pursuant to s. 343.1013, which provided that they would
   62         stand repealed on November 30, 2018, unless “[t]he
   63         commission had adopted the regional transportation plan and
   64         the implementation plan, and at least Clay, Duval, Nassau,
   65         and St. Johns Counties have adopted resolutions endorsing
   66         such plans” and adequate funding for initial phases was
   67         secured. The contingency did not occur.
   68         Section 7. Subsection (4) of section 375.075, Florida
   69  Statutes, is repealed.
   70         Revisers note.—The cited subsection, which relates to use of
   71         specified funds for recreational enhancements and
   72         opportunities for children for the 2018-2019 fiscal year
   73         only, expired pursuant to its own terms, effective July 1,
   74         2019.
   75         Section 8. Subsection (10) of section 403.087, Florida
   76  Statutes, is repealed.
   77         Revisers note.—The cited subsection relates to fee amounts in
   78         effect “until the effective date of fees adopted by rule by
   79         the department.” The rules providing fees have been
   80         adopted.
   81         Section 9. Subsection (30) of section 427.013, Florida
   82  Statutes, is repealed.
   83         Revisers note.—The cited subsection, which relates to
   84         competitive grants to community transportation
   85         coordinators, expired pursuant to its own terms, effective
   86         July 1, 2019.
   87         Section 10. Section 466.051, Florida Statutes, is repealed.
   88         Revisers note.—The cited section, which relates to
   89         confidentiality of certain information contained in dental
   90         workforce surveys, was repealed pursuant to its own terms,
   91         effective October 2, 2019.
   92         Section 11. Subsection (4) of section 627.715, Florida
   93  Statutes, is repealed.
   94         Revisers note.—The cited subsection, which authorizes a surplus
   95         lines agent to export a contract or endorsement providing
   96         flood coverage to an eligible surplus lines insurer without
   97         making a diligent effort to seek such coverage from three
   98         or more authorized insurers under s. 616.916(1)(a), expired
   99         pursuant to its own terms, “effective July 1, 2019, or on
  100         the date on which the Commissioner of Insurance Regulation
  101         determines in writing that there is an adequate admitted
  102         market to provide coverage for the peril of flood
  103         consistent with this section, whichever date occurs first.”
  104         Section 12. Section 766.107, Florida Statutes, as amended
  105  by section 1152 of chapter 97-102, Laws of Florida, is repealed.
  106         Revisers note.—The cited section, which relates to court
  107         ordered arbitration, was repealed by s. 49, ch. 85-175,
  108         Laws of Florida, as amended by s. 4, ch. 86-286, Laws of
  109         Florida, effective October 1, 1988. The section was created
  110         by s. 15, ch. 85-175, and transferred to s. 766.107 by the
  111         reviser in 1988. Section 17, ch. 85-175, created a
  112         different s. 768.575, which was renumbered by the reviser
  113         in 1985, and which repealed pursuant to its own terms
  114         effective October 1, 1988. The only amendment to s. 766.107
  115         after 1988 was by s. 1152, ch. 97-102, a revisers bill
  116         drafted to render the Florida Statutes gender neutral.
  117         Since s. 766.107 was not repealed by a “current session” of
  118         the Legislature, it may be omitted from the 2020 Florida
  119         Statutes only through a revisers bill duly enacted by the
  120         Legislature. See s. 11.242(5)(b) and (i).
  121         Section 13. Section 937.041, Florida Statutes, is repealed.
  122         Revisers note.—The cited section, which relates to a statewide
  123         project relating to missing persons with special needs,
  124         expired pursuant to its own terms, effective June 30, 2019.
  125         Section 14. Subsection (2) of section 1011.03, Florida
  126  Statutes, is repealed.
  127         Revisers note.—The cited subsection, which relates to a
  128         required statement for advertisement by a district that has
  129         been required by the Legislature to increase classroom
  130         expenditures pursuant to s. 1011.64, was repealed by s. 11,
  131         ch. 2018-5, Laws of Florida, effective July 1, 2019. Since
  132         the subsection was not repealed by a “current session” of
  133         the Legislature, it may be omitted from the 2020 Florida
  134         Statutes only through a revisers bill duly enacted by the
  135         Legislature. See s. 11.242(5)(b) and (i).
  136         Section 15. Subsection (8) of section 1011.60, Florida
  137  Statutes, is repealed.
  138         Revisers note.—The cited subsection, which relates to
  139         compliance with minimum classroom expenditure requirements
  140         and reporting pursuant to s. 1011.64, was repealed by s.
  141         17, ch. 2018-5, Laws of Florida, effective July 1, 2019.
  142         Since the subsection was not repealed by a “current
  143         session” of the Legislature, it may be omitted from the
  144         2020 Florida Statutes only through a revisers bill duly
  145         enacted by the Legislature. See s. 11.242(5)(b) and (i).
  146         Section 16. Section 1011.64, Florida Statutes, is repealed.
  147         Revisers note.—The cited section, which relates to school
  148         district minimum classroom expenditure requirements, was
  149         repealed by s. 18, ch. 2018-5, Laws of Florida, effective
  150         July 1, 2019. Since the section was not repealed by a
  151         “current session” of the Legislature, it may be omitted
  152         from the 2020 Florida Statutes only through a revisers
  153         bill duly enacted by the Legislature. See s. 11.242(5)(b)
  154         and (i).
  155         Section 17. This act shall take effect on the 60th day
  156  after adjournment sine die of the session of the Legislature in
  157  which enacted.

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Lizbeth Benacquisto R-Tallahassee Sponsor
Date Branch Action
01/29/2020 House Substituted for HB 7033 -HJ 453 Read 2nd time -HJ 454 Read 3rd time -HJ 454 Passed; YEAS 118 NAYS 0 -HJ 454
01/23/2020 House Referred to Calendar -HJ 430 Placed on Special Order Calendar, 01/29/20 Received -HJ 430
01/22/2020 Senate Read 2nd time -SJ 152 Read 3rd time -SJ 152 Passed; YEAS 38 NAYS 0 -SJ 152 Immediately certified -SJ 153
01/22/2020 House In Messages
01/16/2020 Senate Placed on Special Order Calendar, 01/22/20 -SJ 153
01/15/2020 Senate Favorable by- Rules; YEAS 16 NAYS 0 -SJ 154 Placed on Calendar, on 2nd reading
01/14/2020 Senate Introduced -SJ 46
01/10/2020 Senate On Committee agenda-- Rules, 01/15/20, 8:30 am, 110 Senate Building
12/13/2019 Senate Referred to Rules -SJ 46
12/12/2019 Senate Filed
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Deleting provisions which have become inoperative by noncurrent repeal or expiration and, pursuant to s. 11.242(5)(b) and (i), F.S., may be omitted from the 2020 Florida Statutes only through a reviser’s bill duly enacted by the Legislature, etc.
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Insurance
916(1)(a), expired 99 pursuant to its own terms, “effective July 1, 2019, or on 100 the date on which the Commissioner of Insurance Regulation 101 determines in writing that there is an adequate admitted 102 market to provide coverage for the peril of flood 103 consistent with this section, whichever date occurs first

Senate
Florida Senate - 2020 SB 598 By Senator Benacquisto 27-00963-20 2020598__ 1 A revisers bill to be entitled 2 An act relating to the Florida Statutes; repealing ss

Counties
Johns Counties have adopted resolutions endorsing 66 such plans” and adequate funding for initial phases was 67 secured

Transportation
—The cited sections, which relate to the Florida 60 Regional Transportation Commission Act, were repealed 61 pursuant to s


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