210.405 Initial temporary permits for other tobacco products
When a person has filed a completed application which does not on its face
disclose any reason for denying a permit for other tobacco products under
s. 210.40, the Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco of the Department
of Business and Professional Regulation shall issue a temporary initial
permit of the same type and series for which the application has been
submitted, which is valid for all purposes under this chapter.
(1) A temporary initial permit shall be valid for up to 90 days and
may be extended by the division for up to an additional 90 days for good
cause. The division may at any time during such period grant or deny the
permit applied for, notwithstanding s. 120.60.
(2) A temporary initial permit expires and may not be continued or
extended beyond the date the division denies the permit applied for; beyond
14 days after the date the division approves the permit applied for; beyond
the date the applicant pays the permit fee and the division issues the
permit applied for; or beyond the date the temporary permit otherwise
expires by law, whichever date occurs first.
(3) Each applicant seeking a temporary initial permit for other tobacco
products shall pay to the division for such permit a fee of $25.
(4) Any fee or penalty collected under the provisions of this section
shall be deposited into the Alcoholic Beverage and Tobacco Trust Fund.