These changes are in response to written comments submitted by the staff of the Joint Administrative Procedures Committee in a letter dated
61J2-24.004 (2)(d) through (f) shall read as:
(d) Failure to give Commission 30 day written notice after a guilty or nolo contendere plea or convicted of any felony pursuant to Section 475.25(1)(p), F.S. (e) Failure to have a current license as a broker or sales associate while listing or selling one or more timeshare periods per year pursuant to Section 475.42(l)(m), F.S. (f) Failure to keep and make available to the department such books, accounts, and records as will enable the department to determine whether the broker is in compliance with the provisions of this chapter pursuant to Section 475.453, F.S.
61J2-24.006 (2)(c) shall read as:
(c) Economic hardship. This means that the respondent has completed all requirements of probation except for the payment of fines or costs and is presently unable to pay
Any substantiated hardship.
THE PERSON TO BE CONTACTED REGARDING THE PROPOSED RULE IS: Lori Crawford, Deputy Clerk, Division of Real Estate,