Legal Notices No Longer Required To Be Published In Newspapers
Governmental agencies are no longer required to publish legal notices in local newspapers or on their websites.
Effective January 1, 2023, Florida law will no longer will require legal notices to be published in local newspapers. The revision to the law gives a governmental agency the option to publish its legal notices on the publicly accessible website of the county/city instead of a local newspaper
Proponents said the newspaper requirement for legal notices should not be forced to subsidize local newspapers and newspapers publishers have stated that the loss of advertising revenue from these notices will cause great harm to publishers as circulation and subscriptions diminish.
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