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The 2003 Florida Statutes

Title XXXII
REGULATION OF PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS
Chapter 487
PESTICIDES
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Section 487.111, Florida Statutes 2003

487.111  Seizure, condemnation, and sale.--

(1)  Any lot of pesticide or device not in compliance with the provisions of this chapter is subject to seizure on complaint of the department to the circuit court in the county in which the pesticide or device is located. In the event the court finds the pesticide or device in violation of this chapter and orders it condemned, it shall be disposed of as the court may direct; provided that in no instance shall the disposition of the pesticide or device be ordered by the court without first giving the owner or custodian an opportunity to apply to the court for release of the pesticide or device or for permission to process or relabel it to bring it into compliance with this chapter.

(2)  If the court finds that a condemned pesticide or device may be disposed of by sale, the proceeds, less legal costs, shall be paid to the General Inspection Trust Fund.

(3)  When a decree of condemnation is entered against the pesticide or device, court costs, fees and storage, and other proper expenses shall be awarded against the person, if any, intervening as claimant of the pesticide or device.

History.--s. 1, ch. 65-457; ss. 14, 35, ch. 69-106; s. 8, ch. 73-63; ss. 23, 37, ch. 92-115; s. 19, ch. 94-233; s. 26, ch. 2000-154.

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