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The Florida Statutes

The 2010 Florida Statutes(including Special Session A)

Title XXXVII
INSURANCE
Chapter 633
FIRE PREVENTION AND CONTROL
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F.S. 633.167
633.167 Probation.
(1) If the State Fire Marshal finds that one or more grounds exist for the suspension, revocation, or refusal to issue, renew, or continue any license, certification, or permit issued under this chapter, the State Fire Marshal may, in her or his discretion, except when an administrative fine is not permissible under this chapter or when the suspension, revocation, or refusal is mandatory, in lieu of suspension, revocation, or refusal to issue, renew, or continue or, in connection with any administrative fine imposed, place the offending licensee, certificateholder, or permittee on probation for a period not to exceed 2 years, as specified by the State Fire Marshal in her or his order.
(2) As a condition to probation or in connection therewith, the State Fire Marshal may specify in her or his order reasonable terms and conditions to be fulfilled by the probationer during the probation period. If during the probation period the State Fire Marshal has good cause to believe that the probationer has violated any of the terms and conditions, she or he shall suspend, revoke, or refuse to issue, renew, or continue the license, certificate, or permit of the probationer, as upon the original ground or grounds referred to in subsection (1).
History.s. 9, ch. 93-276; s. 431, ch. 97-102.
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