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Lampara Net (L) Endorsement 

Endorsement Transfer
 

Transfer Period: The transfer period is opens May 1st and continues until the end of February.

Who is eligible? For a Standard transfer, there are no special eligibility requirements.  In the event of death or disability of the tag holder, the endorsement may be transferred to an immediate family member within 12 months of the date of death or disability. 

  • Immediate family is defined as Mother, Father, Sister, Brother, Spouse, Son, Daughter, Step-Son, Step-Daughter, Step-Father, Step-Mother, Son-In-Law, Daughter-In-Law, Half-Sister, or Half-Brother of seller.

Transfer Fees: None

Surcharge Fees: None

Seller Requirements: The seller must have current Saltwater Products License (SPL), Purse Seine (PS) and a Lampara Net endorsement (L) current for the fiscal year of the transfer. The seller must have paid all outstanding fees owed to FWC.  There must not be any holds on the seller’s account, and must surrender SPL card with the Lampara Net endorsement to FWC at the time of transfer.

Buyer Requirements: The buyer must have SPL, Purse Seine endorsement (PS) paid up through the fiscal year of the transfer, and have paid all outstanding fees owed to FWC.  There must be any holds on the seller’s account. 

  • Buyer may submit applications for the SPL and PS endorsement with the transfer application.

Required Documents: Transfer Application (must be postmarked within 72 hours of being notarized), check or money order for fees. Proof of relationship (birth certificates and/or marriage licenses), copy of death certificate or proof of disability required for any immediate family transfers or due to death or disability.

What Transfers: The Lampara Net endorsement.

A complete copy of the applicable rules can be found in Chapter 379, Florida StatutesExternal Website and Chapters 68B and 68E, Florida Administrative CodeExternal Website, or by contacting the licensing program.

 

 

 



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