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The 2003 Florida Statutes

Chapter 487
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Section 487.046, Florida Statutes 2003

487.046  Application; licensure.--

(1)  Application for license shall be made in writing to the department on a form furnished by the department. Each application shall contain information regarding the applicant's qualifications, proposed operations, and license classification or subclassifications, as prescribed by rule.

(2)  If the department finds the applicant qualified in the classification for which the applicant has applied, and if the applicant applying for a license to engage in aerial application of pesticides has met all of the requirements of the Federal Aviation Agency and the Department of Transportation of this state to operate the equipment described in the application and has shown proof of liability insurance or posted a surety bond in an amount to be set forth by rule of the department, the department shall issue a certified applicator's license, limited to the classifications for which the applicant is qualified. The license shall expire as required by rules promulgated under this chapter, unless it has been revoked or suspended by the department prior to expiration, for cause as provided in this chapter. The license or authorization card issued by the department verifying licensure shall be kept on the person of the licensee while performing work as a licensed applicator.

History.--ss. 12, 37, ch. 92-115; s. 10, ch. 94-233; s. 16, ch. 2000-154.

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