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Amendments to 349.11


The 2022 Florida Statutes

Title XXVI
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
Chapter 349
JACKSONVILLE TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
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F.S. 349.11 Florida Statutes and Case Law
349.11 Cooperation with other units, boards, agencies, and individuals.Express authority and power is hereby given and granted any county, municipality, drainage district, road and bridge district, school district or any other political subdivision, board, commission or individual in, or of, the state to make and enter into with the authority, contracts, leases, conveyances, or other agreements within the provisions and purposes of this chapter. The authority is hereby expressly authorized to make and enter into contracts, leases, conveyances and other agreements with any political subdivision, agency or instrumentality of the state and any and all federal agencies, corporations and individuals, for the purpose of carrying out the provisions of this chapter.
History.s. 11, ch. 29996, 1955.

Statutes updated from Official Statutes on: August 29, 2022
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Amendments to 349.11


Arrestable Offenses / Crimes under Fla. Stat. 349.11
Level: Degree
Misdemeanor/Felony: First/Second/Third

Current data shows no reason an arrest or criminal charge should have occurred directly under Florida Statute 349.11.


Civil Citations / Citable Offenses under S349.11
R or S next to points is Mandatory Revocation or Suspension

Current data shows no reason a civil citation or a suspension or revocation of license should have been issued under Florida Statute 349.11.


Annotations, Discussions, Cases:

  1. BRAINERD CIVIC CENTER v. COM'R OF REVENUE

    499 N.W.2d 468 (Minn. 1993)   Cited 6 times
    In Stewart, the Court worried that the graduated gross receipts tax impeded commerce. In this case, however, one of the announced purposes of the graduated gross receipts tax is precisely "to prevent commercialization." Significantly, the opening section of the charitable gambling chapter states that the purpose of sections 349.11 to 349.22 is "to regulate lawful gambling to prevent its commercialization, to insure integrity of operations, and to provide for the use of net profits only for lawful purposes." Minn.Stat. § 349.11 (1992).
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  2. On December 17, 2018, the IRS issued Mr. Moore a Notice of Intent to Levy and Notice of Your Right to a Hearing (notice of intent to levy). The notice of intent to levy indicated Mr. Moore owed the IRS at that time a total of $2, 349.11 in tax (for taxable year 2015), interest, and penalty for failure to pay. The notice also instructed Mr. Moore to complete and mail an enclosed Form 12153, Request for a Collection Due Process or Equivalent Hearing, by January 16, 2019, if he wished to appeal. Mr. Moore completed and timely returned the enclosed Form 12153, indicating the proposed levy as his basis for requesting a hearing and that he could not pay the balance owed. Moreover, Mr. Moore did not dispute the underlying tax liability on the form nor did he identify any other issue.
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  3. Greater Duluth Coact v. City of Duluth

    701 F. Supp. 1452 (D. Minn. 1988)   Cited 3 times
    The statutes relevant to this case provide that the board "may" issue a gambling license "to organizations meeting the qualifications of section 349.14, if the board determines that the license is consistent with the purpose of sections 349.11 to 349.22." Minn. Stat. § 349.16. Section 349.14 requires that the profits from the gambling operation be used for charitable purposes. Minn. Stat. §§ 349.14 and 349.12, subd. 11. The purpose of section 349.11 to 349.22 is "to regulate legal forms of gambling to prevent their commercialization, to insure integrity of operations, and to provide for the use of net profits only for lawful purposes." Minn. Stat. § 349.11.
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  4. Finally, Ringsred contends that in approving contracts that authorized the Commission to operate the gaming facility, the Secretary unlawfully conferred Indian sovereign rights and immunities on the City. As specifically pleaded in Ringsred's seventh cause of action, the foundation for this argument is that the gambling being conducted at the Sears building, which is on Indian reservation land, is in violation of Minnesota's gambling laws. In California v. Cabazon Band of Mission Indians, ___ U.S. ___, 107 S.Ct. 1083, 94 L.Ed.2d 244 (1987), the Supreme Court recently held that a state's regulatory, as opposed to prohibitory, gambling laws are not applicable to gambling operations on Indian reservations. Minnesota's Bingo gambling laws are solely regulatory. See Minn.Stat.Ann. § 349.11 (West Supp. 1987) (purpose of Bingo gambling laws is to "regulate" such gambling). Like the present situation, the gambling operations in Cabazon were conducted on Indian reservation land and were managed by Indians and non-Indians. See 107 S.Ct. at 1097-98 n. 2 (Stevens, J., dissenting). In recognition of the fact that important tribal interests outweighed the interests embodied in state…
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  5. After the board makes its official selection, an applicant may, within twenty days, appeal the decision of the board to the district court. Id. § 349.11. The auditor is directed to "file with the clerk of the district court a transcript of all the proceedings before the board [of supervisors], together with all papers filed in connection with [the] matter." Id. § 349.12. The appeal is triable de novo as an equitable proceeding without formal pleading after twenty days following the filing of the transcript. Id. § 349.13.
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  6. State v. Watson

    433 N.W.2d 110 (Minn. Ct. App. 1989)   Cited 21 times
    The statute also creates a charitable gambling control board, Minn.Stat. § 349.151, and provides that the board shall establish rules for the administration of the use of profits. Minn.Stat. § 349.15. The rules are codified at Minn.R. 7860 (1985). Finally, Minn.Stat. § 349.22, subd. 1, provides that "[a]ny other violation of sections 349.11 to 349.214 is a gross misdemeanor."
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  7. OPINION NO. OAG

    2-11 (Ops.Wis.Atty.Gen. Nov. 2, 2011)
    In any county with a highway commissioner appointed under s. 83.01 (l)(b) or (c), the county highway committee shall be only a policy-making body determining the broad outlines and principles governing administration and the county highway commissioner shall have the administrative powers and duties prescribed for the county highway committee under par. (a), sub. (3)(a) and ss. 27.065(4)(b) and (13), 32.05(1)(a), 82.08, 83.01(6), 83.013, 83.018, 83.025(1) and (3), 83.026, 83.035, 83.04, 83.05(1), 83.07 to 83.09, 83.12, 83.14(6), 83.17, 83.18, 83.42(3) and (4), 84.01(5), 84.06(3), 84.07(1) and (2), 84.09(1), (3)(a) to (c) and (4), 84.10(1), 86.04(1) and (2), 86.07(2), 86.19(3), 86.34(1), 114.33(5), 349.07(2), 349.11(4) and (10) and 349.15(2). No statutory power, duty or function specified elsewhere for the county highway commissioner may be deemed impliedly repealed for the sole reason that reference to it has been omitted in this paragraph.
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  8. In Matter of Lawful Gambling License

    No. A04-510 (Minn. Ct. App. Dec. 14, 2004)
    Statutes and rules regulating lawful gambling are predicated on the purpose to ensure gambling's integrity and "to provide for the use of net profits only for lawful purposes." Minn. Stat. § 349.11 (2002). The board was established to regulate gambling pursuant to the public interest, and it is authorized to promulgate administrative rules regulating gambling and to revoke licenses in case of wrongdoing. Minn. Stat. § 349.151, subd. 4(a)(1), (a)(5), (a)(12) (2002).
  9. Matter of Lawful Gambling License

    515 N.W.2d 604 (Minn. Ct. App. 1994)   Cited 3 times
    (Emphasis added.) The legislature stated that gambling would be regulated "to prevent its commercialization, to ensure integrity of operations, and to provide for the use of net profits only for lawful purposes." Minn.Stat. § 349.11 (1992). The Board has a duty "to regulate lawful gambling to ensure it is conducted in the public interest," and has the authority "to take all necessary steps to ensure the integrity of and public confidence in lawful gambling." Minn.Stat. § 349.151, subd. 4(a)(1), (15) (1992).
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