Question is because a PUD initially was to have multi family residences and now is being cicumvented by trying to make an RV connected to a stationary 250 sq. ft. structure a single family residence that would not be permanent but different RV's would come and go and connect to this Structure.Does the Florida law require that an RV to become real property would need to be placed on and secured to a permanent foundation and have the running gear and wheels removed to meet state requirements as real property?
If this was called a condo, would this give wiggle room for the developer to get around this requirement?
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