2019 Florida Statutes
CONTINUING CARE CONTRACTS
Exempted facility; written disclosure of exemption.
Chapter exclusive; applicability of other laws.
Insurance business not authorized.
Administration; forms; fees; rules; fines.
New financing, additional financing, or refinancing.
Certificate of authority required.
Consolidated application for a provisional certificate of authority and a certificate of authority; required restrictions on use of entrance fees.
Provisional certificate of authority; application.
Certificate of authority; application.
Validity of provisional certificates of authority and certificates of authority.
Application for the simultaneous acquisition of a facility and issuance of a certificate of authority.
Quarterly and monthly statements.
Financial and operating requirements for providers.
Minimum liquid reserve requirements.
Approval of change in management.
Maintenance of assets and records in state.
Continuing care contracts; right to rescind.
Continuing care at-home contracts.
Dismissal or discharge of resident; refund.
Waiver of statutory protection.
Contracts as preferred claims on liquidation or receivership.
Quarterly meetings between residents and the governing body of the provider; resident representation before the governing body of the provider.
Availability, distribution, and posting of reports and records; requirement of full disclosure.
Advertisements; requirements; penalties.
Grounds for discretionary refusal, suspension, or revocation of certificate of authority.
Soliciting or accepting new continuing care contracts by impaired or insolvent facilities or providers.
Duration of suspension; obligations during suspension period; reinstatement.
Remedies available in cases of unlawful sale.
Requests for inspections.
Delinquency proceedings; remedial rights.
Immediate final orders.
Administrative, vendor, and management contracts.
Delinquency proceedings; additional provisions.
Order of liquidation; duties of the Department of Children and Families and the Agency for Health Care Administration.
Agency for Health Care Administration; certificates of need; sheltered beds; community beds.
Assistance to persons affected by closure due to liquidation or pending liquidation.
Continuing Care Advisory Council.
Alternative dispute resolution.
Criminal penalties; injunctive relief.
Actions under prior law.
Amendment or renewal of existing contracts.