SB 664: Salvage of Pleasure Vessels
Salvage of Pleasure Vessels; Designating the “Florida Salvage of Pleasure Vessels Act"; requiring salvors of pleasure vessels to provide a specified written disclosure statement and salvage work estimate; requiring such salvors to obtain customer permission before exceeding the written estimate by more than a specified amount; requiring salvors to post specified signage on their vessels, etc.
Last Action: 11/8/2017 Senate - Referred to Commerce and Tourism; Transportation; Rules
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• Referred to Commerce and Tourism; Transportation; Rules
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