This appears to be one of those brain-dead regulations that will only be enforced if for some reason the bee inspector dislikes you. For example, how is it practical or even possible to enforce the provisions regarding queen lineage? If a colony supercedes, the beekeepers may not even be aware that he is no longer in compliance.
This also strikes a blow against those of us who want to practice treatment free beekeeping. I have 2 hives and planned to have 3, but reality dictates that I will lose some or all of them eventually. Now it appears I can't legally keep a couple of nucs in reserve for replacing these losses. Maybe they should have called it the Florida Package Producers Protection Act.
What a magnificent example of bureaucratic crappola.