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The 2004 Florida Statutes

Chapter 265
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Section 265.52, Florida Statutes 2004

265.52  Items eligible for indemnity agreements.--

(1)  The Department of State shall enter into an indemnity agreement under ss. 265.51-265.56 with respect to:

(a)  Works of art, including tapestries, paintings, sculpture, folk art, graphics, and craft arts.

(b)  Manuscripts, rare documents, books, and other printed or published materials.

(c)  Other artifacts or objects.

(d)  Photographs, motion pictures, or audio and video tape.

(2)  Eligibility shall be based on the following criteria:

(a)  Items which are of public, educational, cultural, artistic, historical, or scientific significance.

(b)  Items which are not eligible for an indemnity agreement under the United States Arts and Artifacts Indemnity Act, 20 U.S.C. ss. 971 et seq., and regulations promulgated pursuant thereto.

(c)  Items having or constituting a portion of an exhibition having an aggregate fair market value of at least $1 million.

(d)  Items certified by the Department of State to be in conformity with the requirements of ss. 265.51-265.56.

(3)  An indemnity agreement made under ss. 265.51-265.56 shall cover eligible items from the time the items leave the premises of the lender or place previously designated in writing by the lender until the time such items are returned to the premises of the lender or place previously designated in writing by the lender.

History.--s. 1, ch. 81-231.

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