Florida Administrative Code
Rule 69B-220.051 Conduct of Public Adjusters.
(1) Purpose and Scope. This rule sets forth department policy as to certain matters generally affecting public adjusters. Procedures regarding application for licensure are not dealt with in this rule. Ethical provisions are not dealt with in this rule.
(2) Definitions. The following definitions shall apply for purposes of this rule.
(a) “Compensation” means anything of value, whether received directly or indirectly.
(b) “Department” means Florida Department of Financial Services.
(c) “Financial Interest” means direct or indirect ownership.
(d) “Licensed public adjuster” and “public adjuster” refer to and include only persons currently licensed in good standing by the department as public adjusters, whether the licensure is resident licensure under Section 626.865, Florida Statutes, or nonresident licensure under Section 626.8732, Florida Statutes. The phrase does not include persons licensed as public adjusters by other states but not by the State of Florida.
(e) “Unlicensed persons,” as used in this rule, means and refers to persons who are not currently licensed and appointed in good standing by the department as resident or nonresident public adjusters.
(3) Communications Concerning Public Adjuster Services. (read complete code)