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Florida Statutes Now on FindLaw, Always Free and Mobile-Friendly

Things just got a little brighter for lawyers in the Sunshine state. FindLaw now has the best, easiest to use Florida statutes around.

Need to check out Florida incorporation laws? Here you go. Want to see if you need a license before selling that yacht? FindLaw's got you covered. Curious about Florida alligator laws? We've got that too. Best of all, it's all fast, easy, and free.

FindLaw's Brand New Florida Statutes

FindLaw's new Florida Statutes and Constitution section is made possible through our partnership with Thomson Reuters Westlaw, FindLaw's sister company. That means hundreds of thousands of pages of Florida laws are now available on FindLaw for the first time, for free, and courtesy of Westlaw, the industry leader in online legal research.

If you're a legal professional in Florida, FindLaw's Florida statutes now have everything you could need. Florida's tort laws, property laws, labor laws, civil and criminal procedure -- it's all there. Put those together with FindLaw's free Florida case law offerings, our Eleventh Circuit Blog, and practice management guides, and you've a ton of resources at your fingertips, all at FindLaw and all for free.

Making Your Practice Easier

One of the best parts of FindLaw's new Florida Statutes and Constitution section is how easy it is to use. Organization and navigation are simple and straightforward. Statutes are easy to get around, whether you're looking by title or chapter, and our new drop down menus help you find just what you need on a single page.

Find the Florida law you need and want to share it or save it for later? That's simple too. Just use the share buttons beneath the statute and you can email the page to yourself or a colleague with just a few clicks.

And if you're looking things up on the go, FindLaw's got you covered as well. Our Florida Statutes and Constitution section is mobile-friendly, so you can check it from your car, from court, or from the local coffee shop, on your laptop, phone, or tablet.

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