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Rule Title: F.A.C. Periodic Reports (Repealed)
Department: DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL SERVICES    Add to MyFLRules Favorites
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Division: Division of Worker's Compensation
Chapter: WORKERS' COMPENSATION COMPLIANCE

Latest version of the final adopted rule presented in Florida Administrative Code (FAC):

VIEW_RULE Effective Date: 11/26/2014
History Notes: Rulemaking Authority 440.107(7)(a), 440,591 FS. Law Implemented 440.107 FS. History–New 9-15-10, Repealed 11-26-14.
References in this version: No reference(s).
History of this Rule since Jan. 6, 2006
Notice /
Adopted
Section Description ID Publish
Date
View Text Final
69L-6.026
F.A.C. Periodic Reports (Repealed) 15267914 Effective:
11/26/2014
View Text Proposed
69L-6.026
Rule 69L-6.026, Florida Administrative Code, requires employers who are issued stop-work orders, where the assessed penalty exceeds $50,000, to file quarterly compliance reports with the Division of Workers’ Compensation. .... 15103790 9/25/2014
Vol. 40/187
View Text Withdrawal
69L-6.026
Periodic Reports 12734759 3/8/2013
Vol. 39/47
View Text Proposed
69L-6.026
Rule 69L-6.026, F.A.C., requires employers who are issued stop-work orders, where the assessed penalty exceeds $50,000, to file quarterly compliance reports with the Division of Workers’ Compensation. The Division is now .... 12527567 1/17/2013
Vol. 39/12
View Text Final
69L-6.026
Periodic Reports 9098229 Effective:
09/15/2010
View Text Proposed
69L-6.026
The purpose of the proposed rule is to establish procedures for filing periodic reports by employers issued Stop-Work Orders for failing to comply with the coverage requirements of Chapter 440, F.S., where assessed penalties .... 8764452 6/18/2010
Vol. 36/24
View Text Development
69L-6.026
The purpose of the proposed rule is to establish procedures regarding the filing of periodic reports by employers that have been issued a Stop-Work Order for failure to comply with the coverage requirements of Chapter 440, .... 8352687 3/5/2010
Vol. 36/09