2009 Florida Statutes
PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING Entire Chapter
PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING Entire Chapter
License application; periods of operation; bond, conversion of permit.
Limitation of civil liability.
The powers and duties of the Division of Pari-mutuel Wagering of the Department of Business and Professional Regulation.
Charity racing days.
Minors attendance at pari-mutuel performances; restrictions.
Application for permit to conduct pari-mutuel wagering.
Greyhound dogracing permits; relocation within a county; conditions.
Elections for ratification of permits.
Conversion of pari-mutuel permit to summer jai alai permit.
Payment of daily license fee and taxes; penalties.
Jai alai taxes; abandoned interest in a permit for nonpayment of taxes.
Harness horse taxes; abandoned interest in a permit for nonpayment of taxes.
Greyhound dogracing taxes; purse requirements.
Thoroughbred horse taxes; abandoned interest in a permit for nonpayment of taxes.
Occupational licenses of racetrack employees; fees; denial, suspension, and revocation of license; penalties and fines.
Authority of stewards, judges, panel of judges, or player's manager to impose penalties against occupational licensees; disposition of funds collected.
Uniform reporting system; bond requirement.
Division of moneys derived under this law.
Pari-mutuel pool within track enclosure; takeouts; breaks; penalty for purchasing part of a pari-mutuel pool for or through another in specified circumstances.
Escheat to state of abandoned interest in or contribution to pari-mutuel pools.
Credit for unclaimed property remitted to state.
Greyhound permitholders; unclaimed tickets; breaks.
Petition for election to revoke permit.
Certain persons prohibited from holding racing or jai alai permits; suspension and revocation.
Conniving to prearrange result of race or jai alai game; using medication or drugs on horse or dog; penalty.
Use of controlled substances or alcohol prohibited; testing of certain occupational licensees; penalty; evidence of test or action taken and admissibility for criminal prosecution limited.
Racing of animals under certain conditions prohibited; penalties; exceptions.
Penalty for conducting unauthorized race meeting.
Distribution of certain funds to a horsemen's association.
Horseracing; minimum purse requirement, Florida breeders' and owners' awards.
Horseracing; distribution of abandoned interest in or contributions to pari-mutuel pools.
Breeders' Cup Meet; pools authorized; conflicts; taxes; credits; transmission of races; rules; application.
Jai Alai Tournament of Champions Meet.
Obtaining feed or other supplies for racehorses or greyhound racing dogs with intent to defraud.
Quarter horse racing; substitutions.
Conversion of quarter horse permit to a limited thoroughbred permit.
Harness track licenses for summer quarter horse racing.
Transmission of racing and jai alai information; commingling of pari-mutuel pools.
Use of electronic transmitting equipment; permit by division required.
Bookmaking on the grounds of a permitholder; penalties; reinstatement; duties of track employees; penalty; exceptions.
Operation of certain harness tracks.
Lease of pari-mutuel facilities by pari-mutuel permitholders.
Florida thoroughbred racing; certain permits; operating days.
Intertrack wagering; purses; breeders' awards.
Intertrack wagering; guest track payments; accounting rules.
Limited intertrack wagering license.
Applicability of s. 565.02
Uncashed tickets and breakage tax.
Intertrack wagering; purses when host track is harness racetrack.
Jai alai general provisions; chief court judges required; extension of time to construct fronton; amateur jai alai contests permitted under certain conditions; playing days' limitations; locking of pari-mutuel machines.
Operation of ch. 96-364.
Interstate Compact on Licensure of Participants in Pari-mutuel Wagering.
Definitions; Interstate Compact on Licensure of Participants in Pari-mutuel Wagering.
Entry into force.
States eligible to join compact.
Withdrawal from compact; impact on force and effect.
Powers and duties of compact committee.
Administration and management.
Immunity from liability for performance of official responsibilities and duties.
Rights and responsibilities of each party state.
Construction and severability.