Florida Senate - 2011 SENATOR AMENDMENT Bill No. CS for CS for SB 1150 Barcode 444350 LEGISLATIVE ACTION Senate . House . . . Floor: 16/AD/2R . 04/27/2011 03:22 PM . ————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— ————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— Senator Latvala moved the following: 1 Senate Amendment (with directory and title amendments) 2 3 Between lines 1699 and 1700 4 insert: 5 6 (10) Jurisdiction over the electronic filing system for use 7 by authorized electronic filing system agents to electronically 8 title or register motor vehicles, vessels, mobile homes, or off 9 highway vehicles; issue or transfer registration license plates 10 or decals; electronically transfer fees due for the title and 11 registration process; and perform inquiries for title, 12 registration, and lienholder verification and certification of 13 service providers is expressly preempted to the state, and the 14 department shall have regulatory authority over the system. The 15 electronic filing system shall be available for use statewide 16 and applied uniformly throughout the state. An entity that, in 17 the normal course of its business, sells products that must be 18 titled or registered, provides title and registration services 19 on behalf of its consumers and meets all established 20 requirements may be an authorized electronic filing system agent 21 and shall not be precluded from participating in the electronic 22 filing system in any county. Upon request from a qualified 23 entity, the tax collector shall appoint the entity as an 24 authorized electronic filing system agent for that county, 25 regardless of the county in which the entity is physically 26 located. An entity may be an authorized electronic filing system 27 agent in more than one county at any given time. Upon 28 appointment as an authorized electronic filing system agent by a 29 tax collector in a county other than the county where the agent 30 is physically located and absent an interlocal agreement between 31 tax collectors, any statutory service fees shall be divided 32 equally between the tax collector that appointed the agent and 33 the tax collector in the county where the agent is physically 34 located. The department shall adopt rules in accordance with 35 chapter 120 to replace the December 10, 2009, program standards 36 and to administer the provisions of this section, including, but 37 not limited to, establishing participation requirements, 38 certification of service providers, electronic filing system 39 requirements, and enforcement authority for noncompliance.
The40 December 10, 2009, program standards, excluding any standards41 which conflict with this 1subsection, shall remain in effect42 until the rules are adopted.An authorized electronic filing 43 agent may charge a fee to the customer for use of the electronic 44 filing system. 45 46 ====== D I R E C T O R Y C L A U S E A M E N D M E N T ====== 47 And the directory clause is amended as follows: 48 Delete line 1661 49 and insert: 50 Section 32. Subsections (7), (8), and (10) of section 51 320.03, 52 53 ================= T I T L E A M E N D M E N T ================ 54 And the title is amended as follows: 55 Delete line 121 56 and insert: 57 provisions to changes made by the act; providing for 58 an electronic filing system agent to operate in a 59 county other than the county in which the agent is 60 located; providing for the division of fees; deleting 61 obsolete provisions; amending s.