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Senate 7020: Relating to Assessment of Residential Property ------------------------------------------------------------------

S7020    PROPOSED COMMITTEE BILL for Consideration by Finance and Tax
Assessment of Residential Property; Defines the term "renewable energy
source device." Prohibits a property appraiser from considering the
installation and operation of a renewable energy source device in
determining the assessed value of residential property. Deletes the
definition of the terms "renewable energy source device" and "device"
for purposes of ch. 196, F.S., relating to property tax exemptions, etc.
EFFECTIVE DATE: 07/01/2010.
01/11/10 SENATE Submitted for consideration by Finance and Tax; On Committee
                  agenda-- Finance and Tax, 01/21/10, 9:00 am, 301-S
01/21/10 SENATE Submit as committee bill by Finance and Tax (SB 1410)


Bills
Version: Posted: Format:
S 7020 01/19/2010 Web Page | PDF

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Floor Amendments
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Bill Analyses
Analysis: Committee: Posted: Format:
s 7020 Finance and Tax 01/19/2010 PDF
Vote History - Committee
Chamber: Committee: Format:
Senate Finance and Tax PDF

Vote History - Floor
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