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2010 Florida Statutes

F.S. 555.08

Qualifying certificate.

From and after October 1, 1977, it shall be unlawful for the tax collectors of the several counties of the state to issue state and county occupational licenses to any persons applying for the required license to operate an outdoor theater when the theater was completed after October 1, 1977, unless and until proof of compliance with the applicable provisions of this chapter and the regulations of the agency maintaining the access road is furnished by tendering and exhibiting to such tax collector at the time of making such application a qualifying certificate duly issued by the maintaining agency proving such compliance with such regulations, which shall as a minimum be those prescribed by the Department of Transportation for state-maintained roads. A new qualifying certificate for an outdoor facility shall be issued only when changes have been made relating to the above provisions. As the issuing authority deems necessary, additional inspections of an outdoor theater to determine whether such theater is continuing to meet the requirements of this law shall be made. The issuing authority shall have the authority to revoke a qualifying certificate for noncompliance.


s. 8, ch. 28085, 1953; ss. 23, 35, ch. 69-106; s. 4, ch. 77-260; s. 228, ch. 79-400.