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What Effect Does the Governor's Emergency Orders have on Existing Permits?

Executive Order 20-52, issued March 9, 2020, qualifies as a “natural emergency” pursuant to Florida law, which allows for the tolling of certain permits for the duration of the emergency declaration and for up to six months in addition to the tolled period (see s.252.363, F.S.).

This applies to the following:

    1. The expiration of a development order issued by a local government

    2. The expiration of a building permit

    3. The expiration of a permit issued by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection or a water management                              district pursuant to part IV of Chapter 373, F.S.

    4. The buildout date of a development of regional impact, including any extension of a buildout date that previously                                granted as specified in s.380.06(7)(c), F.S.

 

BPRS X-LONG RECTANGLE BAR-EXTENSIONS

An extension is a request submitted to reactivate and/or extend the life of a building application or building permit

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 Extensions are for permits that have been issued and are nearing/or have reached their expiration date.

 

 

 

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