SB 1396: Regulated Professions and Occupations
GENERAL BILL by Brandes
Regulated Professions and Occupations; Deleting a requirement that yacht and ship brokers maintain a separate license for each branch office and a requirement that the Division of Florida Condominiums, Timeshares, and Mobile Homes establish a certain fee; deleting provisions authorizing the Department of Business and Professional Regulation to access and inspect certain records of athlete agents, to take certain related disciplinary actions, and to exercise certain subpoena powers; revising the process by which a business organization obtains the requisite license to perform architectural services, etc.
Last Action: 5/5/2017 Senate - Died in Regulated Industries
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
- Regulated Industries (RI)
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- Rules (RC)
SB 1396, Original Filed Version (Current Bill Version) Posted 3/1/2017 at 1:00 PM
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF Analyses: None
Related Bills (2)
Bill Number Subject Filed By Relationship Last Action and Location Track Bills H 7047 (c1) Deregulation of Professions and Occupations Careers and Competition Subcommittee Compare Last Action: 5/5/2017 S Died in returning Messages S 802 (c2) Regulated Professions and Occupations Passidomo Compare Last Action: 5/2/2017 S Laid on Table, companion bill(s) passed, see CS/CS/HB 1021 (Ch. 2017-149) -SJ 650
Citations - Statutes (55)
Citation Catchline Location in Bill Location In Bill Help 326.004 Licensing. Page 4 (pdf) 447.02 Definitions. Page 5 (pdf) 447.04 Business agents; licenses, permits. Page 5 (pdf) 447.041 Hearings. Page 5 (pdf) 447.045 Information confidential. Page 5 (pdf) 447.06 Registration of labor organizations required. Page 5 (pdf) 447.09 Right of franchise preserved; penalties. Page 5 (pdf) 447.12 Fees for registration. Page 5 (pdf) 447.16 Applicability of chapter. Page 5 (pdf) 468.401 Regulation of talent agencies; definitions. Page 5 (pdf) 468.402 Duties of the department; authority to issue and revoke license; adoption of rules. Page 5 (pdf) 468.403 License requirements. Page 5 (pdf) 468.404 License; fees; renewals. Page 5 (pdf) 468.405 Qualification for talent agency license. Page 5 (pdf) 468.406 Fees to be charged by talent agencies; rates; display. Page 5 (pdf) 468.407 License; content; posting. Page 5 (pdf) 468.408 Bond required. Page 5 (pdf) 468.409 Records required to be kept. Page 5 (pdf) 468.410 Prohibition against registration fees; referral. Page 5 (pdf) 468.411 Labor disputes; statements required. Page 5 (pdf) 468.412 Talent agency regulations; prohibited acts. Page 5 (pdf) 468.413 Legal requirements; penalties. Page 5 (pdf) 468.414 Collection and deposit of moneys; appropriation. Page 5 (pdf) 468.415 Sexual misconduct in the operation of a talent agency. Page 5 (pdf) 468.451 Legislative findings and intent. Page 5 (pdf) 468.452 Definitions. Page 6 (pdf) 468.453 Licensure required; qualifications; license nontransferable; service of process; temporary license; license or application from another state. Page 6 (pdf) 468.4536 Renewal of licensure. Page 6 (pdf) 468.454 Contracts. Page 7 (pdf) 468.456 Prohibited acts. Page 7 (pdf) 468.4561 Unlicensed activity; penalties for violations. Page 7 (pdf) 468.45615 Provision of illegal inducements to athletes prohibited; penalties; license suspension. Page 7 (pdf) 468.4565 Business records requirement. Page 9 (pdf) 468.457 Rulemaking authority. Page 10 (pdf) 469.006 Licensure of business organizations; qualifying agents. Page 10 (pdf) 469.009 License revocation, suspension, and denial of issuance or renewal. Page 13 (pdf) 477.013 Definitions. Page 16 (pdf) 477.0132 Hair braiding, hair wrapping, and body wrapping registration. Page 17 (pdf) 477.0135 Exemptions. Page 18 (pdf) 477.019 Cosmetologists; qualifications; licensure; supervised practice; license renewal; endorsement; continuing education. Page 19 (pdf) 477.026 Fees; disposition. Page 19 (pdf) 477.0265 Prohibited acts. Page 19 (pdf) 477.029 Penalty. Page 19 (pdf) 481.203 Definitions. Page 20 (pdf) 481.219 Certification of partnerships, limited liability companies, and corporations. Page 20 (pdf) 481.221 Seals; display of certificate number. Page 26 (pdf) 481.229 Exceptions; exemptions from licensure. Page 27 (pdf) 481.303 Definitions. Page 28 (pdf) 481.311 Licensure. Page 30 (pdf) 481.317 Temporary certificates. Page 30 (pdf) 481.319 Corporate and partnership practice of landscape architecture; certificate of authorization. Page 30 (pdf) 481.321 Seals; display of certificate number. Page 29 (pdf) 481.329 Exceptions; exemptions from licensure. Page 32 (pdf) 489.503 Exemptions. Page 33 (pdf) 489.518 Alarm system agents. Page 34 (pdf)
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