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The 2023 Florida Statutes

Chapter 489
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F.S. 489.124
489.124 Business records requirements; address of record; service.
(1) All contractors who are registered or certified pursuant to this chapter shall maintain complete financial and business records for the immediately preceding 3 years. The business and financial records to be maintained shall include minutes of corporate meetings, business contacts, telephone records, insurance policies, letters of complaint, notices received from government entities, bank statements, canceled checks, records of accounts receivable and payable, financial statements, loan documents, tax returns, and all other business and financial records the contractor maintains in the regular course of business.
(2) Each certificateholder or registrant of the department shall be solely responsible for notifying the department in writing of the certificateholder’s or registrant’s current mailing address and phone number. If the mailing address is not the certificateholder’s or registrant’s physical address, the certificateholder or registrant shall also supply the physical address.
(a) A certificateholder’s or registrant’s failure to notify the department of a change of address or phone number shall constitute a violation of this section.
(b) The certificateholder or registrant shall be responsible for retaining proof that the certificateholder or registrant has notified the department of the certificateholder’s or registrant’s current address of record.
(3) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, service by regular mail to a certificateholder’s or registrant’s address of record shall constitute adequate and sufficient notice to the certificateholder or registrant for any official communication to the certificateholder or registrant by the board or the department, except when other service is required pursuant to the provisions of s. 455.224 or s. 455.225.
History.s. 62, ch. 92-149; s. 15, ch. 93-166.

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Arrestable Offenses / Crimes under Fla. Stat. 489.124
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Misdemeanor/Felony: First/Second/Third

Current data shows no reason an arrest or criminal charge should have occurred directly under Florida Statute 489.124.

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  1. Griffis v. State, Dep't of Bus. & Prof'l Regulation

    90 So. 3d 320 (Fla. Dist. Ct. App. 2012)   Cited 1 times
    In addition, Griffis' failure to timely file his notice of appeal cannot be excused due to his incarceration because as a licensee of the Department he had a statutory duty to keep the Department apprised of his current mailing address. See§§ 455.275 & 489.124, Fla. Stat. Having failed to do so, Griffis cannot now complain that the Department failed to provide him with notice of entry of the order and of his time limit for appealing the order. As provided in section 455.275(2), Florida Statutes, “service by regular mail to a licensee's last known address of record with the department constitutes adequate and sufficient notice to the licensee for any official communication to the licensee by the board or the department except where other service is required pursuant to s. 455.225.” Here, the Department mailed its final order to the last known address of record for Griffis and the time for Griffis to file an appeal was not tolled by any requirement that the Department conduct an additional search for his mailing address or whereabouts.
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    . . . See §§ 455.275 & 489.124, Fla. Stat. . . .