Im not a Florida Inspector, but I am posing a question specifically to you guys.
I just finished an inspection of a 60’s house, most of which is un-grounded branch circuits. Client is from Florida, and he made the comment that His insurance checks the outlets for grounding conductors, and he presumed that this house would be checked as well. I have never heard of this as a requirement for any insurance agency. Around here even Knob and tube is “insurable” if it is deemed safe.
Does Florida require all outlets be grounded? Is this an insurance stipulation? Does this exist at all?