review of mobile home and recreational vehicle parks, chapter 513, Florida statutes

prepared pursuant to section 11.61, Florida statutes, the Regulatory Sunset Act by Florida. Legislature. Senate. Committee on Health Care.

Publisher: The Committee in [Tallahassee, Fla.]

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  • Mobile homes -- Law and legislation -- Florida.,
  • Recreational vehicles -- Law and legislation -- Florida.,
  • Mobile home parks -- Law and legislation -- Florida.

Edition Notes

Statementby staff of the Senate Committee on Health care.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKFF282.T68 A25 1993
The Physical Object
Paginationii, 70 p. :
Number of Pages70
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1048319M
LC Control Number93620976

The Special Occupancy Park regulations (updated ) apply to Special Occupancy Parks and separate designated Recreational Vehicle (RV) sections within a mobilehome park. The requirements are contained in the California Code of Regulations, Ti Division I, Chapter . Guests must be in compliance with Chapter and Chap Florida Statutes, in accordance with duration of their tenancy. A copy of these statutes is available in the office. Site Rules Each site is allowed: one (1) RV; maximum occupancy is six (6) people (this includes registered guests and visitors); One (1) car; and one (1) golf cart. Sunshine Key RV Resort and Marina is a unique resort with adjoining marina that offers the RV adventurer unprecedented access to a tropical island environment. Our Encore RV resort is located on the acre island of Ohio Key, near Big Pine Key in the lower Florida Keys. RV parks that exceed 30 days of operation in a year must meet the permanent requirements of F.S. Ch. , and Florida Administrative Code 64E (Mobile Home and Recreational Vehicle Park rules). (Ord. E, § 1) Sec. Plan Review Requirements.

The department may adopt rules pertaining to the location, construction, modification, equipment, and operation of mobile home parks, lodging parks, recreational vehicle parks, and recreational camps, except as provided in s. , as necessary to administer this chapter. Such rules may include definitions of terms; requirements for plan reviews of proposed and existing parks and camps. (1) If a mobile home owner is required to move due to a change in use of the land comprising a mobile home park as set forth in s. (1)(d), the mobile home park owner shall, upon such change in use, pay to the Florida Mobile Home Relocation Corporation for deposit in the Florida Mobile Home Relocation Trust Fund $2, for each single. This industry comprises businesses primarily engaged in operating mobile home parks, recreational vehicle parks, campgrounds and recreational and vacation camps. This division has the power and duty to enforce and ensure compliance with the provisions of the Florida Mobile Home Act, Chapter , Florida Statutes. master plan review. Mobile homes, lodging and recreational vehicle parks and recreational camps are licensed annually by the Department of Health in accordance with Chapter 64E, F.A.C.. Routine inspections are conducted for drinking water, sewage disposal, solid waste disposal, fire protection and insect and rodent control at mobile home parks, R.V. parks and campgrounds.

Section , Florida Statutes, creates the Florida Mobile Home Relocation Corporation (FMHRC) which has the primary purpose to make payments to mobile home owners under the relocation program established in Chapter , Florida Statutes.[7] If a mobile home owner is required to move due to a change in use of the land comprising the park as. Recreational Vehicle Park Site Rate Schedule (Please PRINT all information IN INK) Use of this form is voluntary and not required by the Department of Health. The form is provided as a service to assist RV Parks in complying with the record-keeping requirements of Section (1), Florida Statutes.

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Permittee: means a person who applies for and is granted a permit under this chapter and who is ultimately responsible for the operation of the mobile home, lodging, or recreational vehicle park or the recreational camp and the compliance of the park or camp with this chapter and the rules adopted under this chapter.

See Florida Statutes Florida Statutes. Title XXXIII REGULATION OF TRADE, COMMERCE, INVESTMENTS, AND SOLICITATIONS. Chapter MOBILE HOME AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLE PARKS Entire Chapter.

CHAPTER MOBILE HOME AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLE PARKS. Definitions. Public health laws; enforcement. However, nothing in this chapter qualifies a mobile home park, a lodging park, a recreational vehicle park, or a recreational camp for a liquor license issued under s.

(2)(a)1. Mobile home parks, lodging parks, recreational vehicle parks, and recreational camps regulated under this chapter are exempt from regulation under chapter   The Florida Statutes: Title XXXIII REGULATION OF TRADE, COMMERCE, INVESTMENTS, AND SOLICITATIONS: Chapter MOBILE HOME AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLE PARKS: View Entire Chapter: (10) “Recreational vehicle” has the same meaning as provided for the term “recreational vehicle-type unit” in s.

However, the terms “temporary living quarters” and “seasonal or temporary living quarters” as used in s.in reference to recreational vehicles placed in recreational vehicle parks, relate to the period of time the recreational vehicle is occupied as.

The Florida Statutes(including Special Session A) COMMERCE, INVESTMENTS, AND SOLICITATIONS: Chapter MOBILE HOME AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLE PARKS: View Entire Chapter: CHAPTER MOBILE HOME AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLE PARKS. Definitions. Public health laws; enforcement. Applicability of recreational vehicle.

Thus, the provisions of sectionFlorida Statutes, requiring that facilities regulated under ChapterFlorida Statutes, be assessed in the same manner as a hotel, motel, or other similar facility are applicable to district assessments against facilities regulated under ChapterFlorida Statutes.

That chapter regulates mobile. Rules. — The department may adopt rules pertaining to the location, construction, modification, equipment, and operation of mobile home parks, lodging parks, recreational vehicle parks, and recreational camps, except as provided in s.as necessary to administer this rules may include definitions of terms; requirements for plan reviews of proposed and existing.

(1) The operator of any recreational vehicle park may remove or cause to be removed from such park, in the manner provided in this section, any transient guest of the park who, while on the premises of the park, illegally possesses or deals in a controlled substance as defined in chapter or disturbs the peace and comfort of other persons; who causes harm to the physical park; or who fails.

Chapter Mobile Home And Recreational Vehicle Parks Permit. Permit (1) A person may not establish or maintain a mobile home park, lodging park, recreational vehicle park, or recreational camp in this state without first obtaining a permit from the department. Such permit is not transferable from one place or person to another.

Florida Statutes. Title XXXIII REGULATION OF TRADE, COMMERCE, INVESTMENTS, AND SOLICITATIONS. Chapter MOBILE HOME AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLE PARKS Entire Chapter. SECTION 02 Permit.

if the permittee has an outstanding fine assessed pursuant to this chapter which is in final-order status and judicial reviews are exhausted. all information contained herein, fall within the provisions of ChapterFlorida Statutes, Florida's Public Record Law.

Accordingly, any person may inspect the case file and may obtain copies of any of PDWHULDOV LQ the file. I hereby request the Division of Florida Condominiums, Timeshares, and Mobile Homes to review the. Section - Applicability of recreational vehicle park provisions to mobile home parks Section - Permit Section - Application for and issuance of permit.

Terms Used In Florida Statutes Affidavit: A written statement of facts confirmed by the oath of the party making it, before a notary or officer having authority to administer oaths.; Appeal: A request made after a trial, asking another court (usually the court of appeals) to decide whether the trial was conducted make such a request is "to appeal" or "to take an appeal.".

Terms Used In Florida Statutes Mobile home: means a residential structure that is transportable in one or more sections, which structure is 8 body feet ( Florida Statutes ; Mobile home park: means a place set aside and offered by a person, for either direct or indirect remuneration of the owner, lessor, or operator of such place, for the parking, accommodation, or.

The Florida Statutes: Title XL REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY: Chapter Right of mobile home owner to invite public officers, candidates for public office, or representatives of a tenant organization. Rights of lienholder on mobile homes in rental mobile home parks.

Property and lienholder contracts. Attorney’s. Justia US Law US Codes and Statutes Florida Code Florida Code TITLE XXXIII REGULATION OF TRADE, COMMERCE, INVESTMENTS, AND SOLICITATIONS Chapter MOBILE HOME AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLE PARKS Recreational vehicle parks. Chapter of the Florida Statutes, also known as the Florida Mobile Home Act, is a chapter of law that governs the rental or leasing of mobile home lots in the State of Florida.

The Florida Mobile Home Act should be read in conjunction with Chapters 61B thro Florida Administrative Code. These administrative rules are.

Chapter 64E, Florida Administrative Code. Mobile Home, Lodging, and Recreational Vehicle Parks and Recreational Camps. 64E Definitions. For the purpose of this Chapter, the following words and phrases shall have the meanings indicated.

Terms Used In Florida Statutes > Chapter Affidavit: A written statement of facts confirmed by the oath of the party making it, before a notary or officer having authority to administer oaths.; Affirmed: In the practice of the appellate courts, the decree or order is declared valid and will stand as rendered in the lower court.; Amendment: A proposal to alter the text of a pending bill or.

Mobile homes, lodging and recreational vehicle parks, and recreational camps are licensed annually by the Department of Health through Florida's 67 County Health Departments, in accordance with Chapter 64E, Florida Administrative Code. Recreational vehicle parks; eviction; grounds; proceedings.— (1) The operator of any recreational vehicle park may remove or cause to be removed from such park, in the manner provided in this section, any transient guest of the park who, while on the premises of the park, illegally possesses or deals in a controlled substance as defined in chapter or disturbs the peace and comfort.

Latest Version: Rule No. Rule Title: Effective Date: 64E Definitions: 5/20/ 64E Sites - Mobile Home, Lodging, and Recreational Vehicle Parks. ChapterFlorida Statutes. ChapterFlorida Statutes, delineates laws governing mobile home and recreational vehicle parks, including permitting requirements, as well as park rules and regulations and related enforcement.

Our skilled mobile home and manufactured housing law practice group has a keen understanding and knowledge of the. Chapter of the Florida statutes recognizes all types of real property cooperatives in Florida, including those relating to mobile home parks. Chapter governs homeowners associations in the state.

Once a mobile homeowner finds herself in this situation, these are the two statutes. Phone Toll-free. Information on this website is available in alternative formats upon request. The rules governing the operation of mobile home parks, RV parks lodging camps and recreational camps are known as Chapter 64E of the Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.).

Also Chaptersand of the Florida Statutes pertain to the health department’s regulation of. Chapter of the Florida Statutes, also known as the Florida Mobile Home Act, is a chapter of law that governs the rental or leasing of mobile home lots in the State of Florida.

The Florida Mobile Home Act should be read in conjunction with Chapters 61B- 29 thro Florida Administrative Code. Compliance by mobile home park owners and mobile home owners; Park owner’s access to mobile home and mobile home lot; Persons authorized by park owner to receive notices; Mobile home lot rental agreements; Prohibited or unenforceable provisions in mobile home lot rental agreements.

Mobile Home and Recreational Vehicle Park The Environmental Health Division of the Department of Health in Bay County inspects mobile home and recreational vehicle parks for compliance with Florida Statute and Chapter 64E* Florida Administrative Code.

Additionally, the Environmental Health Division performs plan reviews with property owners who are seeking information regarding. (a) Deny any tenant the right to sell his or her manufactured home or recreational vehicle within the park or require the tenant to remove the manufactured home or recreational vehicle from the park solely on the basis of the sale, except as otherwise provided in NRS B79, Florida Administrative Code.

These administrative rules are promulgated by the Division of Florida Condominiums, Timeshares, and Mobile Homes to interpret, enforce, and implement ChapterFlorida Statutes. Due to the numerous changes to the administrative rules, readers should inquire.Pursuant to chapterFlorida Statutes, businesses within this category must apply for one of the following licenses through the FLHSMV: Mobile Home Installer License (IH) Answers to frequently asked questions and licensing procedures for mobile home installers are provided here.

All Mobile Home Installer License Training Classes have been.