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Dependent children -- Appeals -- Post-dependency order that is subject to future modification for purposes of child welfare and parental visitation is a non-final order reviewable by certiorari -- District court properly treated father's appeal from order terminating supervision and expressly retaining jurisdiction for purpose of future modification as necessary for welfare of children as a petition for writ of certiorari
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Public records -- Attorney's fees -- Prevailing party -- The prevailing party is entitled to an award of attorney's fees under Florida's Public Records Act after the trial court determines that the public agency violated the Public Records Act in failing to permit a public record to be inspected or copied -- There is no requirement that the trial court find that the public agency acted in bad faith or unreasonably in order for prevailing party to be entitled to award of attorney's fees
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