The 2023 Florida Statutes
However, 18 U.S.C. § 1166 provides that " all state laws pertaining to the licensing, regulation, or prohibition of gambling, including but not limited to criminal sanctions applicable thereto, shall apply in Indian country in the same manner and to the same extent as such laws apply elsewhere in the State." Further, Section 849.20, Florida Statutes, declares the facility where "the possession, operation or use of any machine or device, the possession, operation or use of which is prohibited by §§ 849.15-23, shall be maintained or operated, and each of such machines or devices, is declared to be a common nuisance." Section 849.21, Fla.Stat., specifically provides that injunctive relief is applicable for the acts described in § 849.20. The fact that acts may also constitute a criminal violation will not undermine the court's authority to grant an injunction on a separate basis. Airlines Reporting Corp. v. Barry, 825 F.2d 1220, 1223 (8th Cir. 1987); Wyandotte Transp. Co. v. United States, 389 U.S. 191, 201-202, 88 S.Ct. 379, 19 L.Ed.2d 407 (1967) (criminal penalties do not preclude an injunction when injunctive relief is more effective).
. . . the writ of execution; (2) $300.00 for a title report update; (3) $19.69 for mailing expenses; (4) $849.20 . . .
. . . Stat. ch. 849.20-21 (1997); cf infra note 13 (discussing whether section 1 166(a) incorporates Florida . . . Stat. ch. 849.20-21 (1997). . . .
. . . Stat. ch. 849.20-21 (1997); of infra note 13 (discussing whether section 1166(a) incorporates Florida . . . Stát. ch. 849.20-21 (1997). . . .
. . . Further, Section 849.20, Florida Statutes, declares the facility where “the possession, operation or . . . , Fla.Stat., specifically provides that injunctive relief is applicable for the acts described in § 849.20 . . .
. . . Medical Clinic, Inc. also apparently holds a judgment lien against the residence in the amount of $849.20 . . .
. . . Court entered August 9, 1983 be, and the same is, hereby reversed; it is FURTHER ORDERED that the $16,-849.20 . . .
. . . motion for summary judgment and granted the defendant’s motion, - except for ordering the return of $849.20 . . .
. . . Defendant in defense sets up the aviation exclusion provisions of the policy and has tendered into Court $849.20 . . . word ‘resulting.’ ” Defendant’s motion for summary judgment will be granted, except as to the sum of $849.20 . . . Plaintiffs' motion will be denied, except as to said sum of $849.20, and will be granted as to said sum . . .