§ 513.01 Definitions
§ 513.012 Public health laws; enforcement
§ 513.014 Applicability of recreational vehicle park provisions to mobile home parks
§ 513.02 Permit
§ 513.03 Application for and issuance of permit
§ 513.045 Permit fees
§ 513.05 Rules
§ 513.051 Preemption
§ 513.052 Inspection of premises
§ 513.053 Prosecution for violation; duty of state attorney
§ 513.054 Penalties for specified offenses by operator
§ 513.055 Revocation or suspension of permit; fines; procedure
§ 513.065 Enforcement; citations
§ 513.08 Disposal of sewage
§ 513.10 Operating without permit; enforcement of chapter; penalties
§ 513.1115 Placement of recreational vehicles on lots in permitted parks
§ 513.112 Maintenance of guest register and copy of laws
§ 513.114 Liability for property of guests
§ 513.115 Unclaimed property
§ 513.117 Park rules and regulations
§ 513.118 Conduct on premises; refusal of service
§ 513.121 Obtaining accommodations in a recreational vehicle park with intent to defraud; penalty; rules of evidence
§ 513.122 Theft of personal property; detention and arrest of violator; theft by employee
§ 513.13 Recreational vehicle parks; eviction; grounds; proceedings
§ 513.151 Recreational vehicle parks; guests in transient occupancy; operator’s rights and remedies; writ of distress.

Terms Used In Florida Statutes > Chapter 513

  • Department: means the Department of Health and includes its representative county health departments. See Florida Statutes 624.442
  • Lodging park: means a place set aside and offered by a person, for either direct or indirect remuneration of the operator of the place, in which 75 percent of the mobile homes or recreational vehicles or combination thereof are owned by the operator and offered for rent to the public and which is not licensed under chapter 509. See Florida Statutes 624.442
  • Mobile home: means a residential structure that is transportable in one or more sections, which structure is 8 body feet (2. See Florida Statutes 624.442
  • Mobile home park: means a place set aside and offered by a person, for either direct or indirect remuneration of the owner, lessor, or operator of such place, for the parking, accommodation, or rental of five or more mobile homes. See Florida Statutes 624.442
  • oath: includes affirmations. See Florida Statutes 88.6011
  • Occupancy: means the length of time that a recreational vehicle is occupied by a transient guest and not the length of time that such vehicle is located on the leased recreational vehicle site. See Florida Statutes 624.442
  • Operator: means the owner, operator, keeper, lessor, proprietor, manager, assistant manager, desk clerk, agent, or employee of a mobile home, lodging, or recreational vehicle park or a recreational camp who is designated by the permittee as the individual solely responsible for the daily operation of the park or camp and its compliance with this chapter and the rules adopted under this chapter. See Florida Statutes 624.442
  • Permittee: means a person who applies for and is granted a permit under this chapter and who is ultimately responsible for the operation of the mobile home, lodging, or recreational vehicle park or the recreational camp and the compliance of the park or camp with this chapter and the rules adopted under this chapter. See Florida Statutes 624.442
  • person: includes individuals, children, firms, associations, joint adventures, partnerships, estates, trusts, business trusts, syndicates, fiduciaries, corporations, and all other groups or combinations. See Florida Statutes 88.6011
  • Person: means an individual, association, partnership, corporation, or governmental unit. See Florida Statutes 624.442
  • Recreational camp: means one or more buildings or structures, tents, trailers, or vehicles, or any portion thereof, together with the land appertaining thereto, established, operated, or used as living quarters for five or more resident members of the public and designed and operated for recreational purposes. See Florida Statutes 624.442
  • Recreational vehicle park: means a place set aside and offered by a person, for either direct or indirect remuneration of the owner, lessor, or operator of such place, for the parking, accommodation, or rental of five or more recreational vehicles or tents; and the term also includes buildings and sites set aside for group camping and similar recreational facilities. See Florida Statutes 624.442
  • Transient guest: means any guest registered as provided in…. See Florida Statutes 624.442
  • writing: includes handwriting, printing, typewriting, and all other methods and means of forming letters and characters upon paper, stone, wood, or other materials. See Florida Statutes 88.6011