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The 2010 Florida Statutes(including Special Session A)

Chapter 324
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F.S. 324.121
324.121 Suspension of license and registration.
(1) The department, upon the receipt of a certified copy of a judgment, as provided in s. 324.111, shall forthwith suspend the license and registration and any nonresident’s operating privilege of any person against whom such judgment was rendered, except as hereinafter otherwise provided in this section, and in s. 324.141.
(2)(a) If the judgment creditor consents in writing, in such form as the department may prescribe, that the judgment debtor be allowed license and registration or nonresident’s operating privilege, the same may be allowed by the department, in its discretion, for 6 months from the date of such consent and thereafter until such consent is revoked in writing notwithstanding default in the payment of such judgment, or any installments thereof prescribed in s. 324.141, provided the judgment debtor furnished proof of financial responsibility as provided in s. 324.031, such proof to be maintained for 3 years.
(b) If the department determines that an insurer was obligated to pay the judgment but failed to do so through no fault of the judgment debtor, the judgment debtor’s license and registration and any nonresident’s operating privilege shall not be suspended.
History.s. 1, ch. 29963, 1955; ss. 13, 35, ch. 69-106; s. 6, ch. 71-59; s. 29, ch. 90-119.
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