R. 62-531.200 Definitions Used in Water Well Contractor Rules
R. 62-531.300 Application Requirements for Water Well Contractors
R. 62-531.330 Water Well Contractor License Renewal
R. 62-531.340 Water Well Contractor Fees
R. 62-531.350 Water Well Contractor Examinations
R. 62-531.360 Inactive Status of Water Well Contractor License
R. 62-531.380 Display of Water Well Contractor License Number
R. 62-531.450 Unlawful Acts, Grounds for Disciplinary Actions, and Penalties

Terms Used In Florida Regulations > Chapter 62-531

  • Abandonment of Water Wells: means the act of plugging a water well in accordance with Department and District rules. See Florida Regulations 62-531.200
  • Administrator: means an entity awarded a contract by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to implement a program of approved coursework for water well contractor licensure and license renewal. See Florida Regulations 62-531.200
  • Approved Coursework: means Administrator or Department-approved training or instruction required for licensure and license renewal. See Florida Regulations 62-531.200
  • CEC: means attendance and completion of one hour (at least fifty minutes) of approved coursework or instruction that has been converted to a CEC by the Administrator or the Department. See Florida Regulations 62-531.200
  • Contract: A legal written agreement that becomes binding when signed.
  • Coursework Hour: means one hour (at least fifty minutes) of training or instruction. See Florida Regulations 62-531.200
  • Department: means the State of Florida Department of Environmental Protection. See Florida Regulations 62-531.200
  • District: means a Water Management District created pursuant to Chapter 373, F. See Florida Regulations 62-531.200
  • Drilling Equipment: means a drilling rig consisting of the machinery necessary to construct a well. See Florida Regulations 62-531.200
  • Evidence: Information presented in testimony or in documents that is used to persuade the fact finder (judge or jury) to decide the case for one side or the other.