Florida Senate - 2014         (PROPOSED COMMITTEE BILL) SPB 7110
       FOR CONSIDERATION By the Committee on Banking and Insurance
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    1                        A bill to be entitled                      
    2         An act relating to the ratification of rules of the
    3         Office of Insurance Regulation; ratifying a specified
    4         rule requiring title insurance agencies and the retail
    5         offices of certain title insurance underwriters to
    6         electronically submit certain statistical data;
    7         providing applicability; providing an effective date.
    9  Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida:
   11         Section 1. (1) Rule 69O-186.013, Florida Administrative
   12  Code, titled “Title Insurance Statistical Gathering,” as filed
   13  for adoption with the Department of State pursuant to the
   14  certification package dated December 30, 2013, is ratified for
   15  the sole and exclusive purpose of satisfying any condition on
   16  effectiveness imposed under s. 120.541(3), Florida Statutes
   17         (2) This act serves no other purpose and is not to be
   18  codified in the Florida Statutes. After this act becomes law,
   19  its enactment and effective dates shall be noted in the Florida
   20  Administrative Code, the Florida Administrative Register, or
   21  both, as appropriate. This act does not alter rulemaking
   22  authority delegated by prior law, does not constitute
   23  legislative preemption of or exception to any provision of law
   24  governing adoption or enforcement of the rules cited, and is
   25  intended to preserve the status of any cited rule as a rule
   26  under chapter 120, Florida Statutes. This act does not cure any
   27  rulemaking defect or preempt any challenge based on a lack of
   28  authority or a violation of the legal requirements governing the
   29  adoption of any rule cited.
   30         Section 2. This act shall take effect upon becoming a law.