Once the type 5 LSA is originated by the ASBR there is no way to selectively filter a specific one. You can prevent all type 5 from entering a specific area by configuring it as a stubby area but that is about it.
Good points by the authors so far. I would add that if you are looking to filter type 3 LSAs, these are summaries from an ABR and a stub area needs to be totally stubby to block summaries. The breakdown is simple ->
AREA type LSAs allowed LSAs denied
backbone 1,2,3,5 none
normal 1,2,3,5 none
stub 1,2,3 5
totally stub 1,2 3,5
NSSA 1,2,3,4,7 5
granted there are other LSA types, but this brief table covers what I hope you are looking for. Good luck!
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