TIITF

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TIITFTrustees of the Internal Improvement Trust Fund (Florida)
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Written by Chief Judge Griffin with Judges Sharp and Peterson concurring, the decision was rendered with the benefit of amicus briefs filed on behalf of the Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement Trust Fund and the Florida Legal Foundation, Inc., (18) as well as the briefs of the appellants and appellees.
In Florida, the state constitution addresses the issue of sovereignty lands in Article X, [section] 11 where it states: "The title to lands under navigable waters, within the boundaries of the state, which have not been alienated, including beaches below mean high water lines, is held by the state, by virtue of its sovereignty in trust for all the people." (1) This constitutional provision establishes what the state owns by virtue of its sovereignty, "lands under navigable waters," and for what purpose these lands are held "in trust for all the people." Title to these lands, (2) as well as administration, management, and control, is vested in the Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement Trust Fund. (3)
Gustav Gerbing, claiming title by way of a swamp and overflowed lands deed from the Trustees of the Internal Improvement Trust Fund to Samuel A.
Save the Manatee Club, Inc., involves existing rules, while Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement Trust Fund v.
December 1, 2000); Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement Trust Fund v.
Unlike rules of the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, the MFC's rules are subject to both the Administrative Procedures Act and final approval by the Governor and Cabinet sitting as the Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement Trust Fund.(22) The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) implements regulation of marine endangered species like sea turtles.(23) The Florida Marine Patrol, housed within the DEP, handles enforcement for both the DEP and the MFC, while the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission has its own wildlife officers.