Fla. Admin. Code R. 53ER19-20
Form DOL-374 will be provided to the applicant during the application process and must be completed by a corporate officer or legal counsel to state whether any of the corporate executive officers or its chairperson has been convicted of or entered a plea of guilty or nolo contendere, to a felony committed in the preceding ten years, regardless of adjudication.
(f) Organizations which are not publicly traded on a national securities exchange shall be subject to the background investigation provisions set forth in accordance with the rule of the Florida Lottery governing retailer applicant background investigations. A copy of the current rule can be obtained from the Florida Lottery’s website at flalottery.com or from the Florida Lottery’s retailer website at retailerwizard.flalottery.com. (2) Renewal Application.
Retailer contracts shall be renewed by execution of a new retailer contract. Prior to the expiration of a retailer contract, a retailer shall submit Form DOL-307, Application for Contract Renewal, or Form DOL-320, Application for Chain Account Contract Renewal, and a new retailer contract signed by the retailer, along with a fee of $10.00 per location and $25.00 for each new officer, director, or shareholder of 10% or more of the corporation since the last application. Renewal applicants shall be subject to a background investigation and fingerprinting may be required when it is determined by the Florida Lottery to be necessary to adequately complete the background investigation.
(3) Change of Location.
An application to change a location must be submitted to the Florida Lottery at least thirty days in advance of the change on Form DOL-129, DOL-129-1, or DOL-129C, as applicable, and must be accompanied by a fee of $10.00.
(4) All application fees shall be non-refundable unless the initial application is denied because the applicant or the location fails the Lottery’s marketing evaluation, in which case the application fee for that location shall be refunded to the applicant. (5) Applications and subsequent contracts, if any, are not assignable or transferable to any person or entity. (6) Any department, commission, agency, or instrument of the state, or its subdivisions, or any municipality or county, that seeks a contract as a retailer shall bear the burden of securing approval of any other person, board, commission, agent, or instrumentality of the state, or its subdivisions, or municipality or county, which may have controlling authority over the applicant. (7) The following forms are incorporated herein by reference:
Form DOL-129, Retailer Application, revised 4/19,
Form DOL-129-1, Retailer Application in Spanish, revised 4/19,
Form DOL-129C, Chain Account Retailer Application, revised 7/17,
Form DOL-129CA, Chain Account Retailer Additional Location Application, revised 7/17,
Form DOL-374, Publicly Traded Organization Retailer Affidavit, revised 7/17,
Form DOL-307, Application for Contract Renewal, revised 7/17, and
Form DOL-320, Application for Chain Account Contract Renewal, revised 7/17.
Forms DOL-129, DOL-129-1, DOL-129C, and DOL-129CA may be obtained from the Florida Lottery’s website at flalottery.com or from the Florida Lottery’s retailer website at retailerwizard.flalottery.com. Forms DOL-374, DOL-307 and DOL-320 may be obtained by contacting the Florida Lottery’s Retailer Contracting office at (850)487-7714 or at [email protected]
(8) The effective date of this emergency rule is April 15, 2019. (9) This emergency rule replaces Emergency Rule 53ER17-42, F.A.C.
Fla. Admin. Code Ann. R. 53ER19-20
Rulemaking Authority 24.105(15), 24.109(1), 24.112(1) FS. Law Implemented 24.105(2), 24.112 FS.
Adopted by Florida Register Volume 45, Number 074, April 16, 2019 effective 4-15-19.Read Section 53ER19-20 – Retailer Application and Fee Schedule, Fla. Admin. Code R. 53ER19-20, see flags on bad law, and search Casetext’s comprehensive legal database
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