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West's Florida Statutes Annotated. TITLE XLV. TORTS. CHAPTER 767. DAMAGE BY DOGS.

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Citation: FL ST 767.07

Citation: West's F. S. A. 767.07


Last Checked by Web Center Staff: 12/2013

Summary:   This Florida statute provides that the statutory section relating to state regulation of dangerous dogs is supplemental to all other state laws affecting dogs and shall not be construed to modify those laws or to prevent municipalities from prohibiting, licensing, or regulating the running at large of dogs within their respective limits by law or ordinance.


Statute in Full:

Section 767.05 is supplemental to all other laws relating to dogs not expressly referred to therein and shall not be construed to modify, repeal, or in any way affect any part or provision of any such laws not expressly repealed therein or to prevent municipalities from prohibiting, licensing, or regulating the running at large of dogs within their respective limits by law or ordinance now or hereafter provided.

CREDIT(S)

Laws 1979, c. 79-315, § 2.



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