SB 1274: Premises Liability for Criminal Acts by Third Parties
GENERAL BILL by Burton
Premises Liability for Criminal Acts by Third Parties; Specifying that owners or principal operators of multifamily residential properties have a certain presumption against liability under certain circumstances; requiring the Florida Crime Prevention Training Institute of the Department of Legal Affairs to develop a proposed curriculum relating to crime deterrence and safety training; specifying that the state has no liability in connection with providing such curriculum, etc.
• Referred to Judiciary; Appropriations Committee on Criminal and Civil Justice; Fiscal Policy
• Died in Judiciary
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