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May a district school board enter into a proposed tax anticipation note plan to finance the entire amount of the school district's anticipated funding deficit for the 1981-1982 fiscal year? Section 237.151, F.S., as amended, does not in terms authorize a district school board to borrow against anticipated ad valorem tax receipts for investment purposes but, rather, that section empowers a school board to borrow money not to exceed 80 percent of its budgeted anticipated tax receipts for any one fiscal year only for the purposes of paying outstanding obligations presently due and payable and current operating expenses when ...
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REVIEWS AND OPINIONS
Ask Tim: What's the Time Limit for a Binder?
What does New York State law say about how long a binder should be effective? I was hoping to find something that stated the period of temporary insurance could be 60 days as I have had two places recently want me to issue binders for one year! Answer : The New York Insurance Law does not place a time limit on binders. I found a 1991 Insurance Department advisory legal opinion that states as follows: January 23, 1991 This responds to your letter of December 18, 1990 inquiring whether any law in New York State says that a binder is in force only for thirty days and whether binder length is determined by information contained in ... market research, surveys and trends
Bill to set limits on how much hospitals can charge died in the ...
The legislative session in Tallahassee ended Friday without any relief for one of Alachua County government's more vexing budget issues: the hospitalization costs for jail inmates. A watered-down version of a bill setting uniform statewide limits on how much hospitals may bill counties passed in the Florida Senate, but a similar bill did not make it through in the House. "That bill's dead this year," State Rep. Ed Hooper, R-Clearwater, said in a phone message Thursday. "I just was unable to get the hospitals to agree to any type of concession, or number or compromise. But we'll file it again next ... market research, surveys and trends

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Advisory Legal Opinion - Public Defenders, imposition of ...
RE: CLERKS OF COURT–PUBLIC DEFENDERS–INDIGENTS–CRIMINAL LAW–imposition of application fee on indigents using services of public defender. ss. 27.52, 27.562, 938.29, Fla. Stat. Dear Ms. Coffman: On behalf of the Palm Beach County Clerk of Courts and Comptroller, you ask substantially the following question: Does the amendment to section 27.562, Florida Statutes, by Chapter 04-265, Laws of Florida, create a $40 distribution to the Indigent Criminal Defense Trust Fund that is in addition to the $40 application fee assessment that must be distributed to the Indigent Criminal Defense Trust Fund under section ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
No relief for county's multi-million-dollar inmate medical issue ...
The legislative session in Tallahassee ended Friday without any relief for one of Alachua County government’s more vexing budget issues: the hospitalization costs for jail inmates. A watered-down version of a bill setting uniform statewide limits on how much hospitals may bill counties passed in the Florida Senate but a similar bill did not make it through in the House. “That bill's dead this year,” state Rep. Ed Hooper, R-Clearwater, said in a phone message Thursday. “I just was unable to get the hospitals to agree to any type of concession, or number or compromise. But we’ll file it again ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
RELATED NEWS
ICJ Kosovo Ruling Passes The Rubicon for New State
The top beneficiaries of July 22's non-binding advisory opinion by the International Court of Justice may be Nagorno Karabakh de facto Republic, which has fought and won a war against former metropolia – Azerbaijan at early 1990s, and now striking to gain international recognition. Kosovo may well open a door for new states such as Nagorno Karabakh, Abkhazia, Tibet and Northern Ossetia. Welcome to the 21st century of international relations. The international community had been breathlessly waiting for the International Court of Justice – the highest court of UN-led world order – to issue an advisory legal opinion about the ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
BUTTE COUNTY v. HOGEN
Robert P. Stockman, Attorney, U.S. Department of Justice, argued the cause for federal appellees. With him on the brief were John C. Cruden, Acting Assistant Attorney General, and Aaron P. Avila, Attorney. R. Craig Lawrence, Assistant U.S. Attorney, entered an appearance. Nicholas C. Yost argued the cause for appellee Mechoopda Indian Tribe of Chico Rancheria, California. With him on the brief were Michael J. Anderson and Matthew J. Kelly. Before: ROGERS and GRIFFITH, Circuit Judges, and RANDOLPH, Senior Circuit Judge. Opinion for the Court filed by Senior Circuit Judge RANDOLPH. Dissenting opinion filed by Circuit Judge ROGERS. market trends, news research and surveys resources

INFORMATION RESOURCES

Advisory Legal Opinion - Noncharter county, regulation of wildlife
Advisory Legal Opinion. Number: AGO 2002-23. Date: March 15, 2002. Subject: Noncharter county, regulation of wildlife. Mr. Marlin M. Feagle ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
FDIC Law, Regulations, Related Acts - Advisory Opinions
Do "pass-through" deposit insurance rules apply to funds placed in the "Certificate of Deposit Account Registry Service" FDIC--03-03 July 29, 2003 Joseph A. DiNuzzo, Counsel This is in response to your request for an opinion on the FDIC deposit insurance coverage available for deposits purchased through a program sponsored by Promontory Interfinancial Network ("Network"). Entitled the "Certificate of Deposit Account Registry Service" ("CDARS"), the program is a deposit-placement service designed to allow FDIC-insured depository institutions to accept deposits of more than ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Oklahoma Attorney General Issues a Legal Opinion that Could ...
Drew Edmondson, Oklahoma's Attorney General, has issued an advisory legal opinion on April 7, 2006, that supports the use of the Five Wishes® advance ...
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  1. profile image aleksivanovski ICJ web site is down. I am eager to read the advisory opinion on Kosovo and legal argumentation of the judges.
  2. profile image voteglobal #Kosovo declaration of independence was legal, according to advisory opinion issued by top #UN court
  3. profile image karlincharge Breaking News- ICJ rules it has jurisdiction to issue legal advisory opinion- http://bit.ly/9ennQc
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Google Answers: Running a stop sign on private property
nautico -- Thanks for your invitation to post my new information as an answer, I really wasn't fishing for that invitation with my posting on the other thread. Rather, knowing that you live in Florida, I felt a bit guilty about not following through on your original question. Anyway, below is the excerpt from a recent Advisory Legal Opinion of the Attorney General of Florida that confirms that municipal police in Florida are authorized under state law to enforce traffic laws on private property "whereever the public has a right to travel by motor vehicle." The Opinion also allows such enforcement on private roads ...
WikiAnswers - Are raffles legal in Florida
RE: GAMBLING-NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS-CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE--STATE ATTORNEY-authority of chamber of commerce to conduct drawing by chance. s. 849.0935, Fla. Stat. Dear Mr. Ober: You ask the following question: May a "chamber of commerce," designated as a 26 United States Code 501(c)(6) organization, conduct a raffle or drawing by chance pursuant to section 849.0935, Florida Statutes? Section 849.09, Florida Statutes, makes it unlawful for any person in this state to promote or conduct a lottery for money or anything of value. Section 849.0935(2), Florida Statutes, however, states: "The provisions of s. 849.09 shall ...