A board director performs paid work (jobs) for a service provider (Community Association Manager). Is this a conflict of interest per Florida Statutes 718? If not, is it somehow a COI under other definitions?
Florida statutes 718:
Service providers; conflicts of interest.—An association, which is not a timeshare condominium association, may not employ or contract with any service provider that is owned or operated by a board member or with any person who has a financial relationship with a board member or officer, or a relative within the third degree of consanguinity by blood or marriage of a board member or officer. This paragraph does not apply to a service provider in which a board member or officer, or a relative within the third degree of consanguinity by blood or marriage of a board member or officer, owns less than 1 percent of the equity shares.
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