§ 589.01 Florida Forestry Council
§ 589.011 Use of state forest lands; fees; rules
§ 589.012 Friends of Florida State Forests Program
§ 589.02 Headquarters and meetings of council
§ 589.04 Duties of Florida Forest Service
§ 589.06 Warrants for payment of accounts
§ 589.065 Florida Forever Program Trust Fund of the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
§ 589.07 Florida Forest Service may acquire lands for forest purposes
§ 589.071 Traffic control within state forest or Florida Forest Service-assigned lands
§ 589.08 Land acquisition restrictions
§ 589.09 Use of lands acquired
§ 589.10 Disposition of lands
§ 589.101 Blackwater River State Forest; lease of board’s interest in gas, oil, and other minerals.
§ 589.102 Blackwater River State Forest; use of leased forest lands
§ 589.11 Duties of Florida Forest Service as to Clarke-McNary Law
§ 589.12 Rules and regulations
§ 589.13 Lien of Florida Forest Service and other parties, for forestry work, etc
§ 589.14 Enforcement of lien; notice
§ 589.15 Form of notice
§ 589.16 Time for filing notice of lien
§ 589.17 Application of general laws
§ 589.18 Florida Forest Service to make certain investigations
§ 589.19 Creation of certain state forests; naming of certain state forests; Operation Outdoor Freedom Program
§ 589.20 Cooperation by Florida Forest Service
§ 589.21 Management to be for public interest
§ 589.27 Power of eminent domain; procedure
§ 589.275 Planting of indigenous trees on state lands
§ 589.277 Tree planting programs
§ 589.28 County commissions or municipalities authorized to cooperate with Florida Forest Service
§ 589.29 Quality of assistance
§ 589.30 Duty of district or center manager
§ 589.31 Cooperative agreement
§ 589.32 Cost of providing county forestry assistance
§ 589.33 Expenditure of budgeted funds
§ 589.34 Revocation of agreement

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  • Settlement: Parties to a lawsuit resolve their difference without having a trial. Settlements often involve the payment of compensation by one party in satisfaction of the other party's claims.
  • veteran: means a person who served in the active military, naval, or air service and who was discharged or released under honorable conditions only or who later received an upgraded discharge under honorable conditions, notwithstanding any action by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs on individuals discharged or released with other than honorable discharges. See Florida Statutes 1.01
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