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Florida Administrative Practice, Thirteenth Edition is the only practice manual to provide an in-depth discussion of the procedural aspects of Florida administrative litigation. The Administrative Procedure Act is a dynamic area of the law, and the new Thirteenth Edition brings you up-to-date with the most recent developments in this area, including:
- Updated rules, statutes, and recent case law—including the complete Uniform Rules of Procedure and the Administrative Procedure Act—and removal of obsolete material.
- New material related to the COVID-19 pandemic; de novo review under new Art. V, §21, of the Florida Constitution; reinstatement of licenses; final orders; the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission; record requirements on appeal; and electronic notarizations.
- Rewrites of sections on Procedural Due Process, procurement specifications, and judicial review under F.S. 120.68.
- Updated material on administrative searches and seizures, evidence, Certificates of Need, and Requests for Technical Advice.
- Elaboration on rule challenges, hearsay evidence, hearing denial, licensure requirements, agency investigation, emergency orders, environmental permitting, mediation, environmental enforcement mechanisms, water management districts, comprehensive planning, exhaustion of remedies, and mootness.
- Clarification of terms and case descriptions.
In addition, the manual explores other areas of substantive law where administrative procedures predominate, including environmental and land use law and certificates of need determinations. With extensive case law and statute references, as well as an appendix featuring the full text of the APA with tracing and conversion tables, this reference will be a valuable addition to the library of experienced administrative law practitioners and those needing a trustworthy guide through this complex area of law.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 The Administrative Process And Constitutional Principles
Stephen C. Emmanuel
Chapter 2 Overview Of The Administrative Procedure Act
Hon. Cathy M. Sellers
Chapter 3 Rule Adoption And Review
Hon. Francine M. Ffolkes
Chapter 4 Administrative Adjudication
S. Brent Spain and Gregg Riley Morton
Chapter 5 Proceedings In Which There Are No Disputed Issues Of Material Fact
M. Christopher Bryant and Betty Zachem
Chapter 6 Professional And Occupational Licensing
Edwin A. Bayó, John J. Rimes, and Paul P. Drake
Chapter 7 Florida Health Care Facility And Clinic Regulation
Seann M. Frazier and Craig H. Smith
Chapter 8 Environmental Agencies
Ralph A. DeMeo, Susan L. Stephens, Winston K. Borkowski, Vinette D. Godelia, and
Erin J. Tilton
Chapter 9 Department Of Revenue
Mark E. Holcomb
Chapter 10 Public Service Commission
Theresa Lee Eng Tan and Margo A. DuVal
Chapter 11 Bid Dispute Resolution
Eduardo S. Lombard
Chapter 12 Judicial Review
Stephen C. Emmanuel
Chapter 13 Attorneys' Fees And Cost Awards
Cynthia S. Tunnicliff and Brandice D. Dickson
Uniform Rules of Procedure
F.S Chapter 120, Administrative Procedure Act
Administrative Procedure Act 1995–1996
Cross Reference Tables