“New Laws,” FLCAJ Magazine

“New Laws,” FLCAJ Magazine

New F.S. 718.129, 719.131, and 720.318 provide that an association may not prohibit parking a law enforcement vehicle where the officer has a right to park.

F.S. 760.27 provides that a person seeking an emotional support animal must provide certain supporting information to qualify if the relate need for an ESA is not readily apparent. The statute provides that an ESA registration, including an identification card, certificate, or other similar document obtained from the internet, is not sufficient to establish a disability related need for an ESA. F.S. 817.265 provides that a person who falsifies information or provides fraudulent information for an ESA or misrepresents himself or herself as having a disability related need for an ESA commits a misdemeanor.

F.S. 791.08 creates an exemption for the use of fireworks during a holiday. Holidays include New Year’s Day, Independence Day, and New Year’s Eve.