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Florida Proposed Rules

Rule Number:12A-1.007
Rule Title:Aircraft, Boats, Mobile Homes, and Motor Vehicles
Next Step:At the July 15, 2021, meeting, the Governor and Cabinet approved the publication of the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking and subsequent adoption of the proposed rules if the substance of the proposed rules [including materials incorporated by reference, if any] remained unchanged upon reaching the date applicable to filing for final adoption pursuant to s. 120.54(3)(e)2., F.S. No substantive changes were made to the rule and the Department filed the rule for certification with the Department of State on July 26, 2021. This rule went into effect on August 15, 2021.

14 C.F.R. s. 21.113, Requirement for supplemental type certificate

Certified Final Language:August 15, 2021
Certification Package:July 26, 2021
Certification Letter to JAPC:July 19, 2021
Reply to JAPC:July 8, 2021
Hearing Information:July 7, 2021
Letter from JAPC:June 28, 2021
Package Filed with JAPC:June 16, 2021
Notice of Proposed Rule:June 16, 2021 (Vol. 47, No. 116, pp. 2743-2756)
Cabinet Meeting for Hearing:June 15, 2021
Notice of Public Meeting - Cabinet for Hearing:June 8, 2021 (Vol. 47, No. 110, pp. 2628-2629)
Workshop Information:May 19, 2021
Draft Rule Language:May 19, 2021
Notice of Rule Development:May 5, 2021(Vol. 47, No. 87, pp. 2047-2049)

Purpose:    The purpose of the proposed amendments to subsection 12A-1.007(10), F.A.C. (Aircraft), is to: (1) incorporate, by reference, 14 C.F.R. s. 21.113, regarding aircraft modification services performed under authority of a supplemental type certificate issued by the Federal Aviation Administration; (2) remove the requirement for documents supporting the exemption for aircraft modifications performed under a supplemental type certificate to be provided to the Department; (3) remove provisions for the taxability of materials used in the repair of aircraft, an item of tangible personal property, redundant of the provisions of subsection 12A-1.006(1), F.A.C.; and (4) incorporate the exemptions provided in s. 212.08(7)(ee) and (rr), F.S., for replacement engines, parts, equipment, and labor charges for the repair and maintenance of aircraft of more than 2,000 pounds maximum certified takeoff weight, removing obsolete provisions.