For the purpose of this code the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   Whenever the terms AGRICULTURE, AGRICULTURAL PURPOSES, AGRICULTURAL USES or words of similar import are used in this code, such terms include horticulture and floriculture, horticultural purposes and floricultural purposes, horticultural uses and floricultural uses, and words of similar import applicable to agriculture are likewise applicable to horticulture and floriculture. Aquaculture shall also be included in the terms AGRICULTURE, AGRICULTURAL PURPOSES, AGRICULTURAL USES, and other words of similar import, for the purposes of marketing, promotional activities, and financing.
   CITY. The City of Pompano Beach, Florida, including its several officers, agents, and employees.
   CITY COMMISSION. The City Commission of the City of Pompano Beach.
   COUNTY. The County of Broward.
   MAY. The act referred to is permissive.
   OATH. Includes an affirmation in all cases in which by law, an affirmation may be substituted for an oath, and in such cases the words swear and sworn shall be equivalent to the words affirm and affirmed.
   OWNER. Applied to a building or land, shall include any part owner, joint owner, tenant in common, tenant in partnership, joint tenant, or tenant by the entirety, of the whole or of a part of the building or land.
   PERSON. Associations, clubs, societies, firms, partnerships, and bodies politic and corporate as well as individuals.
   PERSONAL PROPERTY. Every species of property except real property.
   SHALL. The act referred to is mandatory.
   STATE. The State of Florida.
   SUBCHAPTER. A division of a chapter, designated in this code by an underlined heading in the chapter analysis and a capitalized heading in the body of the chapter, setting apart a group of sections related by the subject matter of the heading. Not all chapters have subchapters.
('58 Code, § 1.03)
Statutory reference:
   For definitions under state law, see F.S. §§ 1.01 and 1.02