Answered By: Rich Gause
Last Updated: Dec 12, 2014     Views: 98

Revisions and Compilations of Florida Statutes

"The laws of general application of the territory of Florida and of the State of Florida have either been compiled unofficially or revised under authority of law and adopted as official statutes in the following publications:"

  • Duval's Compilation of Territorial Laws, 1840 (compilation) [see Florida historical legal documents microfilm]
  • Thompson's Digest, 1847 (compilation) [see Florida historical legal documents microfilm] - Google Books
  • Bush's Digest, 1872 (compilation) [not available at UCF] - Google Books
  • McClellan's Digest, 1881 (compilation) [not available at UCF] - Google Books
  • Revised Statutes, 1892 (R.S.) (revision enacted as law) [not available at UCF]
  • General Statutes, 1906 (G.S.) (revision enacted as law) [not available at UCF]
  • Compiled Laws, 1914 (annotated; unofficial compilation) [not available at UCF] - Google Books
  • Revised General Statutes, 1920 (R.G.S.) (revision enacted as law) [not available at UCF] - Google Books
  • Compiled General Laws, 1927 (C.G.L.) (unofficial compilation) [Florida Documents AG 5 .S8/]
  • revision of 1940 (beginning of the continuous revision system) [not available at UCF]
  • Florida Statutes 1941 (F.S. 1941) (adoption of the official 1940 revision) [Florida Documents AG 5 .S8/]
  • Florida Statutes 1949 (F.S. 1949) (consolidation of 1941 statutes and supplements printed during 1943, 1945, and 1947) [not available at UCF]
  • and Florida Statutes (biennial ,1951-1999; annual, 2000+) [Florida Documents AG 5 .S8/]

Contact Us

[LibChat Widget goes here.]