Rule 5.2405. Service of Notice of Administration on Personal Representative

(a) Date Notice of Administration is Considered Served on Person who is Personal Representative. Unless service of the notice of administration is waived pursuant to Rule 5.240(e), when a person who is entitled to service of the notice of administration pursuant to Rule 5.240(a) is also a personal representative, the notice of administration shall be deemed served upon the person on the earliest of the following dates:

(1) the date on which the person acknowledges in writing receipt of the notice of administration;
(2) the date on which the notice of administration is first served on any other person entitled to service of the notice of administration (or the first among multiple persons entitled to service); or 
(3) the date that is 30 days after the date letters of administration are issued.

(b) Date Other Notices are Considered Served on Person who is Personal Representative. When a person who is entitled to service of notice under these rules or the Florida Probate Code (other than the notice of administration) is also a personal representative, any notice shall be deemed as having been served on the personal representative on the earliest of the following dates:

(1) the date on which the person acknowledges in writing receipt of the notice;
(2) the date on which the notice is required to be served by the personal representative under these rules or the Florida Probate Code; or,
(3) the date on which the notice is first served by the personal representative on any other person entitled to service of the same notice.