Current through Reg. 47, No. 249; December 28, 2021
Notice. When required, service or notice shall be deemed effected when
accomplished in the following manner:
Service and notice of initial pleadings, orders, and other papers shall be
effected upon a party by hand delivery or by U.S. mail, directed to a party's
last known mailing address.
Required notice to the general public shall be by publication in the Florida
Administrative Register. OFR shall require any applicant to publish additional
notices in newspapers of general circulation in the area affected, where it
deems it necessary to afford adequate notice to the public.
(2) Filing. All notices, motions,
pleadings, or other documents shall be filed with the presiding officer or
administrative law judge and served on the respective parties.
(3) Service. Service shall be deemed complete
when a true copy of the document is delivered or, if mailed, when properly
addressed, stamped, and deposited in the U.S. mail. The postmark date shall be
the date of service if served by mail and the date of an appropriate
certificate of service shall be the date if served by delivery.
Fla. Admin. Code Ann. R.
FS. Law Implemented
New 11-1-77, Amended
5-27-81, Formerly 3C-9.09, 3C-9.009, Amended 8-14-94, 4-15-98, Formerly