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The 2023 Florida Statutes (including Special Session C)

Chapter 513
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F.S. 513.118
513.118 Conduct on premises; refusal of service.
(1) The operator of a recreational vehicle park may refuse to provide accommodations, service, or access to the premises to any transient guest or visitor whose conduct on the premises of the park displays intoxication, profanity, lewdness, or brawling; who indulges in such language or conduct as to disturb the peace, quiet enjoyment, or comfort of other guests; who engages in illegal or disorderly conduct; or whose conduct constitutes a nuisance or safety hazard.
(2) The operator of a recreational vehicle park may request that a transient guest or visitor who violates subsection (1) leave the premises immediately. A person who refuses to leave the premises commits the offense of trespass as provided in s. 810.08, and the operator may call a law enforcement officer to have the person and his or her property removed under the supervision of the officer. A law enforcement officer is not liable for any claim involving the removal of the person or property from the recreational vehicle park under this section, except as provided in s. 768.28. If conditions do not allow for immediate removal of the person’s property, he or she may arrange a reasonable time, not to exceed 48 hours, with the operator to come remove the property, accompanied by a law enforcement officer.
(3) Such refusal of accommodations, service, or access to the premises may not be based upon race, color, national origin, sex, physical disability, or creed.
History.s. 13, ch. 84-182; s. 1, ch. 85-65; s. 36, ch. 92-78; s. 21, ch. 93-150; s. 7, ch. 2020-126.