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The Florida Statutes

The 2010 Florida Statutes(including Special Session A)

Title XL
REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
Chapter 717
DISPOSITION OF UNCLAIMED PROPERTY
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F.S. 717.1315
717.1315 Retention of records by claimant’s representatives and buyers of unclaimed property.
(1) Every claimant’s representative and buyer of unclaimed property shall keep and use in his or her business such books, accounts, and records of the business conducted under this chapter to enable the department to determine whether such person is complying with this chapter and the rules adopted by the department under this chapter. Every claimant’s representative and buyer of unclaimed property shall preserve such books, accounts, and records, including every power of attorney or agreement between the owner and such claimant’s representative or buyer, for at least 3 years after the date of the initial power of attorney or agreement.
(2) A claimant’s representative or buyer of unclaimed property, operating at two or more places of business in this state, may maintain the books, accounts, and records of all such offices at any one of such offices, or at any other office maintained by such claimant’s representative or buyer of unclaimed property, upon the filing of a written notice with the department designating in the written notice the office at which such records are maintained.
(3) A claimant’s representative or buyer of unclaimed property shall make all books, accounts, and records available at a convenient location in this state upon request of the department.
History.s. 28, ch. 2001-36; s. 132, ch. 2004-390; s. 16, ch. 2005-163.
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