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|Statement||prepared pursuant to the Regulatory reform law, chapter 76-168, Laws of Florida by staff of the Senate Governmental Operation Committee.|
|LC Classifications||KFF11.72 .G67 1978h|
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The purpose and effect of the proposed rules is to implement the new regulations for Mold-Relates Services, enacted in ChapterPart XVI, Florida Statutes. 5/18/ Vol. 38/. stringent than, the requirements in Florida.
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Sheryle Barrett, B. A., on behalf of Florida Society for Respiratory Care. The petition seeks the Board’s interpretation of ChapterPart V, Florida Statutes, Rules 64B and 64B, Florida. Florida’s general requirements are based on the type of captive insurance or reinsurance company.
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