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The Florida Statutes

The 2003 Florida Statutes

Title XXXIII
REGULATION OF TRADE, COMMERCE, INVESTMENTS, AND SOLICITATIONS
Chapter 553
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS
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Chapter 553, Part IV, Florida Statutes 2003

PART IV

FLORIDA BUILDING CODE

553.70  Short title.

553.71  Definitions.

553.72  Intent.

553.721  Surcharge.

553.73  Florida Building Code.

553.74  Florida Building Commission.

553.75  Organization of commission; rules and regulations; meetings; staff; fiscal affairs.

553.76  General powers of the commission.

553.77  Specific powers of the commission.

553.781  Licensee accountability.

553.79  Permits; applications; issuance; inspections.

553.791  Alternative plans review and inspection.

553.80  Enforcement.

553.83  Injunctive relief.

553.84  Statutory civil action.

553.841  Building code training program; participant competency requirements.

553.8412  Legislative intent; delivery of training; outsourcing.

553.8413  Education Technical Advisory Committee.

553.842  Product evaluation and approval.

553.85  Liquefied petroleum gases.

553.851  Protection of underground gas pipelines.

553.86  Public restrooms; ratio of facilities for men and women; application; incorporation into the Florida Building Code.

553.88  Adoption of electrical and alarm standards.

553.895  Firesafety.

553.897  Rulemaking authority; effective date.

553.898  Preemption; certain special acts concerning general purpose local government repealed.

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