Fla. High Court Urged To Uphold Jai-Alai Permit Conversions

Law360, Miami (December 3, 2013, 2:09 PM EST) -- Two Florida greyhound tracks and the state agency in charge of pari-mutuel wagering Tuesday told the Florida Supreme Court that an appeals court too narrowly interpreted language in a 2010 law allowing certain gambling permit conversions when it found it unconstitutional earlier this year.

The First District Court of Appeal in May reversed a lower court's decision and granted summary judgment to Debary Real Estate Holdings LLC and Steven Costa, which have interests in a possible DeBary, Fla., horse track and had challenged the law allowing...
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