Florida Statutes Sample Clauses

Florida Statutes. 1. In the event that the recipient expends a total amount of state financial assistance equal to or in excess of $750,000 in any fiscal year of such recipient (for fiscal years ending June 30, 2017, and thereafter), the recipient must have a State single or project-specific audit for such fiscal year in accordance with Section 215.97, F.S.; Rule Chapter 69I-5, F.A.C., State Financial Assistance; and Chapters 10.550 (local governmental entities) or 10.650 (nonprofit and for-profit organizations), Rules of the Auditor General. EXHIBIT 1 to this form lists the state financial assistance awarded through the Department of Environmental Protection by this agreement. In determining the state financial assistance expended in its fiscal year, the recipient shall consider all sources of state financial assistance, including state financial assistance received from the Department of Environmental Protection, other state agencies, and other nonstate entities. State financial assistance does not include federal direct or pass-through awards and resources received by a nonstate entity for Federal program matching requirements.
Florida Statutes. The School shall not enroll students in excess of the physical capacity of the building, unless the School operates multiple sessions, in which case, the physical capacity of the School shall not be exceeded during any session. The enrollment capacity of a School that is designated as High-Performing pursuant to section 1002.331, Florida Statutes, shall be determined by the governing board.
Florida Statutes. The School shall comply with the restriction on employment of relatives provisions included in section 1002.33(24), Florida Statutes.
Florida Statutes. 10. Vendor is, and shall be, in the performance of all services and activities under this Agreement, an independent contractor, and not an employee, agent, or servant of Board; and no provisions of Board’ s personnel policies shall apply to this Agreement. None of the benefits provided by Board to its employees including, but not limited to, worker’s compensation insurance and unemployment insurance, are available from Board to Vendor, or its employees, agents or servants. Vendor assumes responsibility for payment of all federal, state and local taxes imposed or required of Vendor including but not limited to FICA, FUTA, unemployment insurance, Social Security and income tax laws for which Vendor as employer is responsible. Vendor shall be solely responsible for any worker’s compensation insurance required by law and shall provide the Board with proof of insurance upon demand. The parties agree that Board shall not: (a) pay dues, licenses or membership fees for Vendor; (b) require attendance by Vendor, except as otherwise specified herein; (c) control the method, manner or means of performing under this Agreement, except as otherwise specified herein; or (d) restrict or prevent Vendor from working for any other party.
Florida Statutes. Nothing herein is intended to serve as a waiver of sovereign immunity by any Sub-Recipient to which sovereign immunity applies. Nothing herein shall be construed as consent by a state agency or subdivision of the State of Florida to be sued by third parties in any matter arising out of any contract.
Florida Statutes. The employee shall have the right to retain an attorney of his choice at the employee’s expense to defend the employee in any individual claim.
Florida Statutes. The first thirty (30) days of any such leave shall be with full pay. Employees on military leave shall be paid the difference between their School Board salary and their military salary, if their military salary is less. Extended leave of absence for additional or longer periods of time for assignment to duty functions of a military character shall be without pay. Employees on military leave may substitute accrued paid vacation for unpaid leave, as applicable. However, sick leave and vacation leave will not accrue for unpaid or partially paid military leave time. The Board shall continue to provide all health insurance and other existing benefits. Upon completion of the tour of duty, employees must make application for reemployment within six (6) months following the date of discharge or release from active duty. The District shall have a period not to exceed ninety (90) days to reassign the employee to duty in the District. In accordance with federal law, the employees shall return to his/her former position, if available, or be offered a similar position for which he/she is fully qualified.