2010 Florida Statutes
Investigative power of department and office.
Investigative power of department and office.—
The department and office, within their respective regulatory jurisdictions, have the power to examine and investigate the affairs of every person, entity, or prepaid limited health service organization in order to determine whether the person, entity, or prepaid limited health service organization is operating in accordance with the provisions of this act or has been or is engaged in any unfair method of competition or in any unfair or deceptive act or practice prohibited by s. 641.3903. The office also has the powers enumerated in ss. 641.3907, 641.3909, and 641.3913.
s. 47, ch. 93-148; s. 1549, ch. 2003-261.