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State law prohibits an unconscionable increase in the price of essential commodities needed as a direct result of a declared state of emergency due to a hurricane or other natural disaster.

What constitutes an essential commodity may change depending on the length and the nature of a declared state of emergency. Examples of necessary commodities for storm events include food, water, ice, gas, lodging, lumber, and certain services including tree removal, water remediation, and roof repair services.

Click here for FAQ's and more information with respect to hurricane-related states of emergency.

Officially Declared Emergency

Please select which declared state of emergency your complaint is associated with.