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Amendments to 349.15


The 2022 Florida Statutes

Title XXVI
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
Chapter 349
JACKSONVILLE TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
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F.S. 349.15 Florida Statutes and Case Law
349.15 Remedies; pledges enforceable by bondholders.Any holder of bonds issued under this chapter, except to the extent such rights may be restricted by the resolution, deed of trust, indenture, or other proceeding relating to the issuance of such bonds, may by civil action, mandamus, or other appropriate action, suit, or proceeding in law or in equity, in any court of competent jurisdiction, protect and enforce any and all rights of such bondholder granted under the proceedings authorizing the issuance of such bonds and enforce any pledge made for payment of the principal and interest on bonds, or any covenant or agreement relative thereto, against the authority.
History.s. 15, ch. 29996, 1955; ss. 23, 35, ch. 69-106; s. 14, ch. 2009-111; s. 28, ch. 2011-64.

Statutes updated from Official Statutes on: August 29, 2022
F.S. 349.15 on Google Scholar

F.S. 349.15 on Casetext

Amendments to 349.15


Arrestable Offenses / Crimes under Fla. Stat. 349.15
Level: Degree
Misdemeanor/Felony: First/Second/Third

Current data shows no reason an arrest or criminal charge should have occurred directly under Florida Statute 349.15.


Civil Citations / Citable Offenses under S349.15
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 349.15.


Annotations, Discussions, Cases:

  1. State v. Watson

    433 N.W.2d 110 (Minn. Ct. App. 1989)   Cited 21 times
    1. Are Minn.Stat. §§ 349.15 and 349.12, subd. 11 (1986), unconstitutionally vague? 2. Was the evidence sufficient to support the conviction on each of the charges?
    PAGE 112
  2. Holbrook v. Gambling Control Bd.

    532 N.W.2d 578 (Minn. Ct. App. 1995)   Cited 1 times
    The legislature has limited the use of gross profits to "lawful purposes or allowable expenses." Minn.Stat. § 349.15, subd. 1. "Lawful purpose" means those charitable contributions which are specifically itemized in the statute. Id. § 349.12, subd. 25. "Allowable expense," in contrast, has only a general definition. See id. § 349.12, subd. 3a. By expressly capping "allowable expenses" at 50 percent of gross profits, the legislature effectively requires at least 50 percent of the profits from lawful gambling to be expended for charitable contributions. See id. § 349.15, subd. 1. By so doing, it also accomplishes its express purpose of providing for "the use of net profits only for lawful purposes." Id. § 349.11. The Board is responsible for monitoring compliance with the law governing gross profits from lawful gambling. Id. § 349.151, subd. 4.
    PAGE 582
  3. OPINION NO. OAG 31-77

    66 Op. Att'y Gen. 110 (Ops.Wis.Atty.Gen. 1977)
    For the reasons hereinafter discussed, I am of the opinion that counties, in controlling truck traffic, are limited to the police power authority granted in sees. 349.15 and 349.16, Stats. In exercising the police power under sec. 349.15, Stats., counties are not restricted to consideration of the carrying capacity of the highway, but may take into consideration the general health, welfare and safety of the public.
    PAGE 111
  4. Minnesota law requires that gambling proceeds be expended for lawful, primarily charitable, purposes. Minn. Stat. §§ 349.15, subd. 1, 349.12, subd. 25(a) (Supp. 2005). And organizations are prohibited from using gambling proceeds for improvement or repair of real property with the exception of a few narrow circumstances not relevant here. Minn. Stat. §§ 349.15, subd. 1, 349.12, subd. 25(b) (Supp. 2005).
  5. United States v. Clark

    CRIMINAL ACTION 5:21-CR-00013-KDB-DCK (W.D.N.C. Aug. 17, 2021)
    2. On June 29, 2021, Petitioner advised the Government via email of Petitioner's intent to assert an interest in the Property and provided documentation on the loan and current payoff amount. Additionally, on July 13, 2021 Petitioner filed a petition formally asserting that interest. (Document 19). Petitioner asserted an interest, by virtue of the original loan, in the Property. Petitioner has provided documentation and asserted that, as of August 2021, Petitioner is owed a balance due in the amount of $57, 349.15 in unpaid principal, interest, escrow advances, and other related charges; has incurred approximately $400 in attorney's fees that are secured by the note; and will continue to incur property insurance in the amount of approximately $106.17 per month until the Property is sold (the sum of these amounts is hereafter referred to as “the Amount Due”). The parties have negotiated this Consent Order to resolve any and all purported interest by Petitioner to the Property.
    PAGE 1
  6. Martin v. Knight

    No. 5:03CV00266 JLH (E.D. Ark. Aug. 7, 2006)
    Although the Court has not found that any of the entries on any of the itemized statements of professional services rendered were either inflated or unreasonable, in verifying the computations, the Court has come to slightly different amounts of time for Mr. Walker and Ms. Springer than their calculations show. By the Court's computations, Mr. Walker spent a total of 349.15 hours, while Ms. Springer spent a total of 278.6 hours. Mr. Walker's itemization shows 5.45 hours in 2003; 33.7 hours in 2004; 216.3 hours in 2005; and 93.7 hours in 2006. The fees and costs awarded are as follows:
    PAGE 5
  7. In re Agribiotech, Inc.

    No. BK-S-00-10534-LBR (AgriBioTech Canada, Inc.) No. BK-S-00-10535-LBR (Las Vegas Fertilizer Co., Inc.) No. BK-S-00-10536-LBR (Garden West Distributors, Inc.) No. BK-S-00-10537-LBR (Geo. W. Hill Co., Inc.) (Bankr. D. Nev. Oct. 9, 2001)

    00 44.70 Sustained Nungaray, Celia X 147.95 93.70 241.64 Sustained O'Brien, Michael Scott X 266.30 349.15 615.45 Sustained Odom, Richey T.R. X 0.00 0.00 0.00 Sustained O'Donnell, Joseph Francis 3870 838

  8. 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.
    PAGE 2
  9. In Matter of Lawful Gambling License

    No. A04-510 (Minn. Ct. App. Dec. 14, 2004)
    [t]he board may require an organization to deposit nongambling funds in the organization's gambling bank account to reimburse the account for unlawful expenditures or expenses, to otherwise bring the organization into compliance with Minnesota Statutes, section 349.15, or to reimburse the account for gambling receipts that the organization failed to deposit in the account.