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RE: Florida venomous reptile law cath-22

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Posted by: LarryF at Wed Jul 18 20:03:18 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by LarryF ]  
   

>>"68A-6.007 (7) No person except the licensee or his or her authorized employee shall open any cage, pit, or other container which contains venomous reptiles."

I'm not a lawyer and have never seen a legal interpretation of "authorized employee" in this sentence. Now that you bring it up, I remember way back reading the same sentence and asking the same question.

Clearly, the people who are actually involved with venomous permitting at FWC interpret it to mean "someone the license holder has authorized".

I've heard the mention of "adding someone onto a permit", but there is no provision or procedure for doing that for venomous permits. (There is/was for "nuisance" animal removal permits. Maybe for others that I'm not aware of.)
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