CS/SB 1894: Professional Regulation/DBPR
GENERAL BILL by Regulated Industries ; Baker ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Bennett
Professional Regulation/DBPR; provides that individuals performing certain construction contracting work are not considered unlicensed for purposes of contract enforceability; exempts nationally recognized testing laboratories from certain alarm system contracting provisions; exempts certain electrical & alarm system contractors from ordinances or codes of local govts. or special districts requiring various types of recognition by certain national entities, etc. Amends FS.
Last Action: 5/5/2006 Senate - Died in Committee on Community Affairs, Link/Iden/Sim/Compare passed, refer to HB 1351 (Ch. 2006-154)
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• Referred to Regulated Industries; Community Affairs
• Introduced, referred to Regulated Industries; Community Affairs -SJ 00151
• On Committee agenda-- Regulated Industries, 04/25/06, 9:30 am, 110-S
• CS by Regulated Industries; YEAS 10 NAYS 0 -SJ 00646; CS read first time on 04/27/06 -SJ 00651
• Now in Community Affairs -SJ 00646
• Died in Committee on Community Affairs, Link/Iden/Sim/Compare passed, refer to HB 1351 (Ch. 2006-154)
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