Florida Statutes Title XXXII. Regulation of Professions and Occupations

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  • Chapter 454. Attorneys at Law
  • Chapter 455. Business and Professional Regulation:  General Provisions
  • Chapter 456. Health Professions and Occupations:  General Provisions
  • Chapter 457. Acupuncture
  • Chapter 458. Medical Practice
  • Chapter 459. Osteopathic Medicine
  • Chapter 460. Chiropractic Medicine
  • Chapter 461. Podiatric Medicine
  • Chapter 462. Naturopathy
  • Chapter 463. Optometry
  • Chapter 464. Nursing
  • Chapter 465. Pharmacy
  • Chapter 466. Dentistry, Dental Hygiene, and Dental Laboratories
  • Chapter 467. Midwifery
  • Chapter 468. Miscellaneous Professions and Occupations
  • Chapter 469. Asbestos Abatement
  • Chapter 470. Funeral Directing, Embalming, and Direct Disposition Repealed and Renumbered
  • Chapter 471. Engineering
  • Chapter 472. Land Surveying and Mapping
  • Chapter 473. Public Accountancy
  • Chapter 474. Veterinary Medical Practice
  • Chapter 475. Real Estate Brokers, Sales Associates, Schools, and Appraisers
  • Chapter 476. Barbering
  • Chapter 477. Cosmetology
  • Chapter 478. Electrolysis
  • Chapter 479. Outdoor Advertising
  • Chapter 480. Massage Practice
  • Chapter 481. Architecture, Interior Design, and Landscape Architecture
  • Chapter 482. Pest Control
  • Chapter 483. Health Testing Services
  • Chapter 484. Dispensing of Optical Devices and Hearing AIDS
  • Chapter 485. Hypnosis
  • Chapter 486. Physical Therapy Practice
  • Chapter 487. Pesticide Regulation and Safety
  • Chapter 488. Commercial Driving Schools
  • Chapter 489. Contracting
  • Chapter 490. Psychological Services
  • Chapter 491. Clinical, Counseling, and Psychotherapy Services
  • Chapter 492. Professional Geology
  • Chapter 493. Private Investigative, Private Security, and Repossession Services

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