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The 2010 Florida Statutes(including Special Session A)

Title XIV
TAXATION AND FINANCE
Chapter 206
MOTOR AND OTHER FUEL TAXES
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F.S. 206.24
206.24 Department and agents may make arrests, seize property, and execute warrants.
(1) The department and its deputies, agents, and employees may make arrests without warrants for any violation of the provisions of this part. Any person arrested for violation of any provision of this part shall be surrendered without delay to the sheriff of the county in which the arrest was made and formal complaint made against him or her, in accordance with law.
(2) The department and its deputies, agents, and employees also may seize property as set out in ss. 206.205, 206.21, and 206.215, and upon said seizure being made shall surrender without delay such seized property to the sheriff of the county where said property was seized for further procedure as set out in said sections.
(3) When the department deems advisable, it may direct the warrant provided for in s. 206.075 to one of the said department’s deputies, agents, and employees who shall then execute said warrant and proceed thereon in the same manner provided for sheriffs in such cases.
History.s. 25, ch. 16082, 1933; CGL 1936 Supp. 1167(85); s. 7, ch. 63-253; s. 5, ch. 65-371; s. 2, ch. 65-420; ss. 21, 35, ch. 69-106; s. 1, ch. 70-995; s. 1074, ch. 95-147.
Note.Former s. 207.32.
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