(1) “Tenant” means a party to a rental agreement in residential occupancy of a place rented for the purpose of maintaining a place of residence. The term “tenant” excludes a party to a rental agreement or other person in transient occupancy.

Terms Used In Florida Regulations 61B-24.001

  • Real property: Land, and all immovable fixtures erected on, growing on, or affixed to the land.
    (2) “Transient occupancy” means occupancy when it is the intention of the parties that the occupancy will be temporary. There is a rebuttable presumption that, when the dwelling unit occupied is the sole residence of the guest, the occupancy is non-transient. There is a rebuttable presumption that, when the dwelling unit occupied is not the sole residence of the guest, the occupancy is transient.
    (3) Section 718.402, Florida Statutes, states that a developer creating a condominium by conversion must comply with Parts I and VI of the Condominium Act in order to create a condominium. The creation of the real property condominium ownership form is achieved when the developer complies with Part I of the Condominium Act.
Specific Authority 718.501(1)(f) FS. Law Implemented 718.104, 718.402, 718.606, 718.608 FS. History—New 7-2-81, Formerly 7D-24.01, 7D-24.001.