Florida Laws: FL Statutes - Title IV Chapter 22 Emergency Continuity of Government
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- 22.01 Short title.
Sections 22.01-22.10 shall be known and may be cited as the "Emergency Interim Executive and Judicial Succession Act." History.--s. 1, ch. 59-447.
- 22.02 Declaration of policy.
Because of the existing possibility of attack upon the United States of unprecedented size and destructiveness, and in order, in the event of such an...
- 22.03 Definitions.
Unless otherwise clearly required by the context, as used in ss. 22.01-22.10: (1) "Unavailable" means either that a vacancy in office exists or that the lawful...
- 22.05 Enabling authority for emergency interim successors for local offices.
With respect to local offices, for which the legislative bodies of cities, towns, villages, townships, and counties may enact resolutions or ordinances relative to the...
- 22.06 Emergency interim successors for local officers.
The provisions of this section shall be applicable to officers of political subdivisions (including, but not limited to, cities, towns, villages, townships, and counties, as...
- 22.07 Formalities of taking office.
At the time of their designation, emergency interim successors and special emergency judges shall take such oath as may be required for them to exercise...
- 22.08 Period in which authority may be exercised.
Officials authorized to act as Governor pursuant to ss. 22.01-22.10, emergency interim successors, and special emergency judges are empowered to exercise the powers and discharge...
- 22.09 Removal of designees.
Until such time as the persons designated as emergency interim successors or special emergency judges are authorized to exercise the powers and discharge the duties...
- 22.10 Disputes.
Any dispute concerning a question of fact arising under ss. 22.01-22.09 with respect to an office in the executive branch of the state government (except...
- 22.15 Seat of government; emergency temporary location.
(1) Whenever, due to an emergency resulting from the effects of enemy attack, or the anticipated effects of a threatened enemy attack, it becomes imprudent, inexpedient,...
- 22.20 Emergency continuity of government; political subdivision.
(1) Whenever, due to an emergency resulting from the effects of enemy attack, or the anticipated effects of a threatened enemy attack, it becomes imprudent, inexpedient...
Last modified: March 26, 2010