2007 Florida Statutes
Consent decrees and settlement agreements.
542.24 Consent decrees and settlement agreements.--In a civil action maintained under this chapter by the Attorney General or a state attorney, any party to such action may petition the court for entry of a consent decree or for approval of a settlement agreement. The proposed decree or agreement shall set out the alleged violations, the future obligations of the parties, the damages or other relief agreed upon, and the reasons for entering into the consent decree or settlement agreement.
History.--s. 1, ch. 80-28.