Bill Summary

HB 101 Resiliency Energy Environment Florida Program (2022 Session)
by Fine Co Sponsors: Yarborough, Morales
Resiliency Energy Environment Florida Program: Authorizes certain notices of lien to be recorded in public records of specified counties; provides that certain liens are not enforceable; revises types of items which local government or program administrator must reasonably determine before entering into assessment financing agreements with residential & nonresidential real property owners; provides additional requirements to be met by program administrators when administering REEF program for qualifying improvements on residential real properties; provides guidelines to be used by program administrators dealing with certain contractors; provides marketing & communications guidelines for use by program administrators; prohibits contractors from taking certain actions related to pricing of qualifying improvements; requires program administrators to appropriately develop & implement procedures to handle complaints & monitor contractors. Effective Date: July 1, 2022
09/14/21
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Filed
09/22/21
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Referred to Tourism, Infrastructure & Energy Subcommittee; Local Administration & Veterans Affairs Subcommittee; Ways & Means Committee; Commerce Committee
09/22/21
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Now in Tourism, Infrastructure & Energy Subcommittee
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Filed on 09/14/21
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