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201. 409.1415 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 409.1415 409.1415 Parenting partnerships for children in out-of-home care.—(1) LEGISLATIVE FINDINGS AND INTENT.—(a) The Legislature finds that reunification is the most common outcome for children in out-of-home care and that caregivers are one of the most important resources to help children

202. 44.1011 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 44.1011 44.1011 Definitions.—As used in this chapter:(1) “Arbitration” means a process whereby a neutral third person or panel, called an arbitrator or arbitration panel, considers the facts and arguments presented by the parties and renders a decision which may be binding or nonbinding as pro

203. 682.014 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 682.014 682.014 Effect of agreement to arbitrate; nonwaivable provisions.—(1) Except as otherwise provided in subsections (2) and (3), a party to an agreement to arbitrate or to an arbitration proceeding may waive, or the parties may vary the effect of, the requirements of this chapter to the

204. 382.016 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 382.016 382.016 Amendment of records.—The department, upon receipt of the fee prescribed in s. 382.0255 ; documentary evidence, as specified by rule, of any misstatement, error, or omission occurring in any birth, death, or fetal death record; and an affidavit setting forth the changes to be m

205. 787.06 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 787.06 787.06 Human trafficking.—(1)(a) The Legislature finds that human trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery. Victims of human trafficking are young children, teenagers, and adults. Thousands of victims are trafficked annually across international borders worldwide. Many of these victi

206. 985.19 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 985.19 985.19 Incompetency in juvenile delinquency cases.—(1) If, at any time prior to or during a delinquency case, the court has reason to believe that the child named in the petition may be incompetent to proceed with the hearing, the court on its own motion may, or on the motion of the chi

207. 985.565 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 985.565 985.565 Sentencing powers; procedures; alternatives for juveniles prosecuted as adults.—(1) POWERS OF DISPOSITION.—(a) A child who is found to have committed a violation of law may, as an alternative to adult dispositions, be committed to the department for treatment in an appropriate

208. 61.56 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 61.56 61.56 Definitions.—As used in this part, the term:(1) “Collaborative attorney” means an attorney who represents a party in a collaborative law process.(2) “Collaborative law communication” means an oral or written statement, including a statement made in a record, or nonverbal conduct th

209. 741.30 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 741.30 741.30 Domestic violence; injunction; powers and duties of court and clerk; petition; notice and hearing; temporary injunction; issuance of injunction; statewide verification system; enforcement; public records exemption.—(1) There is created a cause of action for an injunction for prot

210. 397.501 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 397.501 397.501 Rights of individuals.—Individuals receiving substance abuse services from any service provider are guaranteed protection of the rights specified in this section, unless otherwise expressly provided, and service providers must ensure the protection of such rights.(1) RIGHT TO I

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