Qualified Firm Law and Legal Definition
Qualified firm means an individual, firm, or combination of firms and individuals having appropriate expertise and knowledge related to due diligence investigations, land use planning, real estate development, entitlement, appraisals, real estate economics and valuation, marketing, public relations, auctioning, and other related matters involved in the disposal, reuse, leasing, and sale of real property.
Following is an example of a state statute defining the term qualified firm. According to ORC Ann. 4701.01(I), “qualified firm" means a sole proprietorship, partnership, professional association, corporation-for-profit, limited liability company, or other business organization in which the individuals who own a majority of the business organization interests in the business organization and control the business organization hold an Ohio permit or a foreign certificate.
Legal Definition list
- Qualified Fee
- Qualified Farm-Related Taxpayer
- Qualified Fair Housing Enforcement Organization [HUD]
- Qualified Endorsement
- Qualified Employee Discount
- Qualified Firm
- Qualified Graduate Program [Education]
- Qualified Green Building and Sustainable Design Project
- Qualified Handicapped Person
- Qualified Handler
- Qualified Health Plan (QHP)