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1. 196.26 f.s.
Score: 83.51%
Abstract: (a) "Allowed commercial uses" means commercial uses that are allowed by the conservation easement encumbering the land exempt from taxation under this section. (2) Land that is dedicated in perpetuity for conservation purposes and that is used exclusively for conservation purposes is exempt from ad valorem taxation. (5) The conservation easement that serves as the basis for the exemption granted by this section must include baseline documentation as to the natural values to be protected on ...

2. 196.011 f.s.
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Abstract: (12) Notwithstanding subsection (1), when the owner of property otherwise entitled to a religious exemption from ad valorem taxation fails to timely file an application for exemption, and because of a misidentification of property ownership on the property tax roll the owner is not properly notified of the tax obligation by the property appraiser and the tax collector, the owner of the property may file an application for exemption with the property appraiser. The property appraiser must ...

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