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What are the requisites to be a court appointed receiver in the state of Florida?

Miami, FL |
Filed under: Estate planning

What is the process and how long does the process take?

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There are several different types of receivers. Without knowing exactly what kind of receiver you are asking about, I can only answer in the most general of terms. Generally, the court may appoint any person qualified by education, training, or experience to carry out the responsibilities of receiver, except that the court may not appoint any owner or affiliate of the facility which is in receivership.

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