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The 2010 Florida Statutes(including Special Session A)

Title XXVIII
NATURAL RESOURCES; CONSERVATION, RECLAMATION, AND USE
Chapter 379
FISH AND WILDLIFE CONSERVATION
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CHAPTER 379
PART VI

LICENSES FOR RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES

379.35
Review of fees for licenses and permits; review of exemptions.
379.3501
Expiration of licenses and permits.
379.3502
License and permit not transferable.
379.3503
False statement in application for license or permit.
379.3504
Entering false information on licenses or permits.
379.3511
Appointment of subagents for the sale of hunting, fishing, and trapping licenses and permits.
379.3512
Competitive bidding for certain sale of licenses and permits and the issuance of authorization numbers.
379.352
Recreational licenses, permits, and authorization numbers to take wild animal life, freshwater aquatic life, and marine life; issuance; costs; reporting.
379.353
Recreational licenses and permits; exemptions from fees and requirements.
379.354
Recreational licenses, permits, and authorization numbers; fees established.
379.355
Special recreational spiny lobster license.
379.356
Fish pond license.
379.357
Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission license program for tarpon; fees; penalties.
379.3581
Hunter safety course; requirements; penalty.
379.3582
Hunter safety course for juveniles.
379.359
License application provision for voluntary contribution to Southeastern Guide Dogs, Inc.
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