Rule 6-30.1 explains the requirements for attorneys who become “Board Certified in Condominium and Planned Development Law” by the Florida Board of Legal Specialization and Education (BLSE).
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Rule 6-30.2(a) explains the definition for the term “community association” which is defined as a "corporation for profit or not-for-profit that is engaged in the management and operation of common interest real property, which typically includes:
The definition of “planned development” is listed as "real property in Florida that consists of or will consist of separately owned areas, lots, parcels, units, or interests together with common or shared elements or interests in real property, or where the separately owned areas, lots, parcels, units, or interests are subject to common restrictive covenants or are governed by a community association."
The term "Condominium and Planned Development Law" is defined as the practice of law that involves:
(c) Condominium and Planned Development Law Certification Committee.
The condominium and planned development law certification committee must be composed of the following:
The minimum standards for certification in condominium and planned development law are explained in Rule 6-30.3. Those requirements include: