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The 2010 Florida Statutes(including Special Session A)

Title XXXII
REGULATION OF PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS
Chapter 479
OUTDOOR ADVERTISING
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CHAPTER 479
PART I

GENERAL PROVISIONS

479.01
Definitions.
479.015
Legislative intent with respect to regulation of signs in areas adjacent to state highways.
479.02
Duties of the department.
479.03
Jurisdiction of the Department of Transportation; entry upon privately owned lands.
479.04
Business of outdoor advertising; license requirement; renewal; fees.
479.05
Denial or revocation of license.
479.07
Sign permits.
479.08
Denial or revocation of permit.
479.10
Sign removal following permit revocation.
479.105
Signs erected or maintained without required permit; removal.
479.106
Vegetation management.
479.107
Signs on highway rights-of-way; removal.
479.11
Specified signs prohibited.
479.111
Specified signs allowed within controlled portions of the interstate and federal-aid primary highway system.
479.12
Outdoor advertising on highways.
479.14
Disposition of fees.
479.15
Harmony of regulations.
479.155
Local outdoor advertising or sign ordinances.
479.156
Wall murals.
479.16
Signs for which permits are not required.
479.21
Willfully or maliciously removing, destroying, damaging, or altering permitted signs; penalty.
479.24
Compensation for removal of signs; eminent domain; exceptions.
479.25
Erection of noise-attenuation barrier blocking view of sign; procedures; application.
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