On April 19 the Solicitor General's Office filed an appeal on behalf of the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation in the District Court of Appeal.
What does FOIR stand for?
FOIR stands for Florida Office of Insurance Regulation
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 5 other meanings of FOIR in our Acronym Attic
- Freedom of Information Panel
- Future of Iraq Project (US State Department)
- Freedom Of Information & Privacy Act
- Freedom of Information/Privacy Office
- Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (Canada)
- Freedom of Information and Privacy of Protection Act (Canada)
- Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act
- Field of Interest Register
- First-Off Inspection Report (materials and products analysis)
- Fixed Obligation to Income Ratio (loan eligibility assessment)
- Forum of Indian Regulators (India)
- Freedom of Information Request
- Friends of the Illinois River (Springfield, IL)
- Fiber Optic Inter-Repeater Link
- Department of Finance, Operations and Information Systems (Brock University; Canada)
- Fiber Optic Intersite System
- Formal Ontology in Information Systems
- Foundations of Information Systems (Zürich, Switzerland)
- Freight Operations Information System
- Future of Information Summit (business event)
Samples in periodicals archive:
According to the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation (FOIR), scammers are good at fabricating marketing materials that appear authentic in both the health-and-welfare and investment areas.
On Thursday the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation had approved the removal of about 65,990 more policies from the firm's five domestic insurance companies in Florida.
Florida Office of Insurance Regulation spokesman Tom Zutell said regulators have received Nationwide's notice of intent and that the Tower Hill Group has agreed to assume the policies.
But lawyers at the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation and the Department of Financial Regulation are asking plenty of questions.
The slate of coverage adjustments still needs the approval of the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation.