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2017 Florida Statutes

F.S. 499.832
499.832 Expiration and renewal of a permit.
(1) A permit issued under this part automatically expires 2 years after the last day of the month in which the permit was originally issued.
(2) A permit issued under this part may be renewed by submitting an application for renewal on a form furnished by the department and paying the appropriate fee. The application for renewal must contain a statement by the applicant attesting that the information is true and correct. Upon approval of a renewal application by the department and payment of the required renewal fee, the department shall renew a permit issued under this part pursuant to the rules adopted under this part.
(3) A renewal application may be accepted up to 60 days after the expiration date of the permit if, along with the permit renewal fee, the applicant submits an additional renewal delinquent fee of $100. A permit that expired more than 60 days before a renewal application was submitted or postmarked may not be renewed.
(4) Failure to renew a permit in accordance with this section precludes future renewal. If a permit has expired and cannot be renewed, the person, entity, or establishment holding the permit must cease all permit-related activities. In order to engage in such activities, the person, entity, or establishment must submit an application for a new permit, pay the applicable application fee, the initial permit fee, and all applicable penalties, and be issued a new permit by the department before engaging in an activity that requires a permit under this part.
(5) The department shall adopt rules to administer this section, including setting a reasonable fee for a renewal application.
History.s. 17, ch. 2014-89.