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The Florida Statutes

The 2009 Florida Statutes

Title III
LEGISLATIVE BRANCH; COMMISSIONS
Chapter 11
LEGISLATIVE ORGANIZATION, PROCEDURES, AND STAFFING
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Section 11.917, Florida Statutes 2009

11.917  Procedure after termination.--

(1)  Any unobligated and unexpended appropriations of an abolished agency or advisory committee shall revert on the date of abolition.

(2)  Except as provided in subsection (4) or as otherwise provided by law, all money in a trust fund of an abolished state agency or advisory committee is transferred to the General Revenue Fund. Any provision of law dedicating the money to a trust fund of an abolished agency becomes void on the date of abolition.

(3)(a)  If not otherwise provided by law, property in the custody of an abolished state agency or advisory committee shall be transferred to the Department of Management Services.

(b)  If not otherwise provided by law, records in the custody of an abolished state agency or advisory committee shall be transferred to the Department of State.

(4)  The Legislature recognizes the state's continuing obligation to pay bonds and all other financial obligations, including contracts, loans, promissory notes, lease purchase agreements, certificates of participation, installment sales contracts, master equipment financing agreements, and any other form of indebtedness, incurred by the state or any state agency or public entity abolished under ss. 11.910-11.920, and ss. 11.910-11.920 do not impair or impede the payment of bonds and other financial obligations, or any other covenant contained in the legal documents authorizing the issuance of debt or the execution of any other financial obligation in accordance with their terms. If the state or an abolished state agency has outstanding bonds or other outstanding financial obligations, the bonds and all other financial obligations remain valid and enforceable in accordance with their terms and subject to all applicable terms and requirements contained in the legal documents authorizing the issuance of debt or the execution of any other financial obligation. If not otherwise provided by law, the Division of Bond Finance of the State Board of Administration shall carry out all covenants contained in the bonds and in the resolutions authorizing the issuance of bonds, and perform all obligations required thereby. The state or a designated state agency shall provide for the payment of the bonds and all other financial obligations from the sources of payment specified in the resolution or legal documents authorizing the issuance or execution thereof in accordance with the terms of the bonds or other financial obligations, whether from taxes, specified revenues, or otherwise, until the bonds and interest on the bonds are paid in full and all other financial obligations are performed and paid in full. All funds or accounts established by laws or legal documents authorizing the issuance of bonds, or the execution of other financial obligations, shall remain with the previously designated party, agency, or trustee. Any funds or accounts held by an abolished state agency shall be transferred to a designated successor agency or trustee in compliance with the resolution or legal documents applicable to the outstanding bonds or other financial obligations.

History.--s. 12, ch. 2006-146.

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