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Keeping a Household Inventory and Protecting Valuable Records

DH138/DH138 by Michael T. Olexa and Sean OlevnikJanuary 18, 2024A disaster strikes. Your home and possessions are destroyed. Will you be able to pick up the pieces? You will, if you: keep an up-to-date household inventory and keep this and other valuable documents in a secure location. This publication provides details about these two tasks.

Replacing Lost or Damaged Documents

DH215/DH215 by Michael T. Olexa and Sean OlevnikNovember 27, 2023This publication is designed to provide accurate, current, and authoritative information on the subject. However, since the laws, regulations, administrative rulings, and court decisions on which it is based are subject to constant revision, portions of this publication could become outdated at any time. This publication is distributed with the understanding that the authors are not engaged in rendering legal advice or opinions, and the information contained herein should not be regarded, or relied upon, as a substitute for legal advice or opinion. For these reasons, the utilization of these materials by any person constitutes an agreement to hold harmless the authors, the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, and the University of Florida for any liability claims, damages, or expenses that may be incurred by any person as a result of reference to or reliance on the information contained in this fact sheet.

Risk Management for Florida 4-H Youth Development Work: Records and Contracts

4H295/4H10.4 by Written by Dale Pracht, Paula Davis, Janet Psikogios, Marilyn N. Norman, Kate Fogarty, and Jean Hink. Revised by Kathy Hartman, Candi Dierenfield, and Melinda Souers.April 22, 2024This is one part of the series Risk Management for 4-H Youth Development Work.

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