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The Florida Statutes

The 2009 Florida Statutes

Title III
Chapter 11
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Section 11.9055, Florida Statutes 2009

11.9055  Abolition of state agencies and advisory committees.--

(1)  An agency subject to review by the Legislature shall be abolished on June 30 following the date of review specified in s. 11.905, unless the Legislature continues the agency or advisory committee; however, an agency may not be abolished unless the Legislature finds, pursuant to law, that all state laws the agency had responsibility to implement or enforce have been repealed, revised, or reassigned to another remaining agency and that adequate provision has been made for the transfer to a successor agency of all duties and obligations relating to bonds, loans, promissory notes, lease-purchase agreements, installment sales contracts, certificates of participation, master equipment financing agreements, or any other form of indebtedness such that security therefor and the rights of bondholders or holders of other indebtedness are not impaired.

(2)  If the Legislature does not take action before the date of review to continue the agency or advisory committee, the agency shall submit its legislative budget request consistent with the provisions of chapter 216. Such agency shall continue to be subject to annual sunset review by the Legislature until the Legislature enacts legislation relating to the agency's continuation, modification, or termination.

History.--s. 6, ch. 2006-146; s. 5, ch. 2007-161.

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