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

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Citation: FL ST 767.14

Citation: West's F. S. A. 767.14


Last Checked by Web Center Staff: 12/2013

Summary:   This Florida statute provides that nothing in the dangerous dog act limits the ability of local governments from enacting restrictions on dangerous dogs more severe than the state law, as long as the regulations are not breed-specific.


Statute in Full:

Nothing in this act shall limit any local government from placing further restrictions or additional requirements on owners of dangerous dogs or developing procedures and criteria for the implementation of this act, provided that no such regulation is specific to breed and that the provisions of this act are not lessened by such additional regulations or requirements. This section shall not apply to any local ordinance adopted prior to October 1, 1990.

CREDIT(S)

Laws 1990, c. 90-180, § 5.



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