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The 2001 Florida Statutes

Title XXIX
Public Health
Chapter 381
Public Health: General Provisions
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Section 381.765, Florida Statutes 2001

381.765  Retention of title to and disposal of equipment.--

(1)  The department may retain title to any property, tools, instruments, training supplies, equipment, or other items of value acquired for services provided under the brain and spinal cord injury program or for personnel employed in operating the brain and spinal cord injury program, and may repossess or transfer such property, tools, instruments, supplies, equipment, or other items of value.

(2)  The department may offer for sale any surplus items acquired in operating the brain and spinal cord injury program when they are no longer necessary or exchange them for necessary items that may be used to greater advantage. When any such surplus equipment is sold or exchanged, a receipt for the equipment shall be taken from the purchaser showing the consideration given for such equipment and forwarded to the Treasurer, and any funds received by the brain and spinal cord injury program pursuant to any such transaction shall be deposited in the Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Trust Fund and shall be available for expenditure for any purpose consistent with this 1part.

(3)  The department may adopt rules relating to records and recordkeeping for department-owned property referenced in subsections (1) and (2).

History.--s. 19, ch. 2000-367.

1Note.--Chapter 381 is not divided into parts.

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