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The Florida Statutes

The 2010 Florida Statutes(including Special Session A)

Title XIV
TAXATION AND FINANCE
Chapter 193
ASSESSMENTS
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F.S. 193.114
193.114 Preparation of assessment rolls.
(1) Each property appraiser shall prepare the following assessment rolls:
(a) Real property assessment roll.
(b) Tangible personal property assessment roll. This roll shall include taxable household goods and all other taxable tangible personal property.
1(2) The real property assessment roll shall include:
(a) The just value.
(b) The school district assessed value.
(c) The nonschool district assessed value.
(d) The difference between just value and school district and nonschool district assessed value for each statutory provision resulting in such difference.
(e) The school taxable value.
(f) The nonschool taxable value.
(g) The amount of each exemption or discount causing a difference between assessed and taxable value.
(h) The value of new construction.
(i) The value of any deletion from the property causing a reduction in just value.
(j) Land characteristics, including the land use code, land value, type and number of land units, land square footage, and a code indicating a combination or splitting of parcels in the previous year.
(k) Improvement characteristics, including improvement quality, construction class, effective year built, actual year built, total living or usable area, number of buildings, number of residential units, value of special features, and a code indicating the type of special feature.
(l) The market area code, according to department guidelines.
(m) The neighborhood code, if used by the property appraiser.
(n) For each sale of the property in the previous year, the sale price, sale date, official record book and page number or clerk instrument number, and the basis for qualification or disqualification as an arms-length transaction. Sale data must be current on all tax rolls submitted to the department, and sale qualification decisions must be recorded on the tax roll within 3 months after the sale date.
(o) A code indicating that the physical attributes of the property as of January 1 were significantly different than that at the time of the last sale.
(p) The name and address of the owner or fiduciary responsible for the payment of taxes on the property and an indicator of fiduciary capacity, as appropriate.
(q) The state of domicile of the owner.
(r) The physical address of the property.
(s) The United States Census Bureau block group in which the parcel is located.
(t) Information specific to the homestead property, including the social security number of the homestead applicant and the applicant’s spouse, if any, and, for homestead property to which a homestead assessment difference was transferred in the previous year, the number of owners among whom the previous homestead was split, the assessment difference amount, the county of the previous homestead, the parcel identification number of the previous homestead, and the year in which the difference was transferred.
(u) A code indicating confidentiality pursuant to s. 119.071.
(v) The millage for each taxing authority levying tax on the property.
(w) For tax rolls submitted subsequent to the tax roll submitted pursuant to s. 193.1142, a notation indicating any change in just value from the tax roll initially submitted pursuant to s. 193.1142 and a code indicating the reason for the change.
2(3) The tangible personal property roll shall include:
(a) An industry code.
(b) A code reference to tax returns showing the property.
(c) The just value of furniture, fixtures, and equipment.
(d) The just value of leasehold improvements.
(e) The assessed value.
(f) The difference between just value and school district and nonschool district assessed value for each statutory provision resulting in such difference.
(g) The taxable value.
(h) The amount of each exemption or discount causing a difference between assessed and taxable value.
(i) The penalty rate.
(j) The name and address of the owner or fiduciary responsible for the payment of taxes on the property and an indicator of fiduciary capacity, as appropriate.
(k) The state of domicile of the owner.
(l) The physical address of the property.
(m) The millage for each taxing authority levying tax on the property.
(4) For every change made to the assessed or taxable value of a parcel on an assessment roll subsequent to the mailing of the notice provided for in s. 200.069, the property appraiser shall document the reason for such change in the public records of the office of the property appraiser in a manner acceptable to the executive director or the executive director’s designee. For every change that decreases the assessed or taxable value of a parcel on an assessment roll between the time of complete submission of the tax roll pursuant to s. 193.1142(3) and mailing of the notice provided for in s. 200.069, the property appraiser shall document the reason for such change in the public records of the office of the property appraiser in a manner acceptable to the executive director or the executive director’s designee. Changes made by the value adjustment board are not subject to the requirements of this subsection.
(5) For proprietary purposes, including the furnishing or sale of copies of the tax roll under s. 119.07(1), the property appraiser is the custodian of the tax roll and the copies of it which are maintained by any state agency. The department or any state or local agency may use copies of the tax roll received by it for official purposes and shall permit inspection and examination thereof under s. 119.07(1), but is not required to furnish copies of the records. A social security number submitted under s. 196.011(1) is confidential and exempt from s. 24(a), Art. I of the State Constitution and the provisions of s. 119.07(1). A copy of documents containing the numbers furnished or sold by the property appraiser, except a copy furnished to the department, or a copy of documents containing social security numbers provided by the department or any state or local agency for inspection or examination by the public, must exclude those social security numbers.
2(6) The rolls shall be prepared in the format and contain the data fields specified pursuant to s. 193.1142.
History.s. 17, ch. 70-243; ss. 10, 21, ch. 73-172; s. 21, ch. 74-234; s. 1, ch. 77-102; ss. 45, 46, ch. 77-104; s. 8, ch. 80-274; s. 4, ch. 81-308; s. 5, ch. 82-208; ss. 19, 64, 80, ch. 82-226; s. 130, ch. 91-112; s. 2, ch. 93-132; s. 1, ch. 94-130; s. 1466, ch. 95-147; s. 50, ch. 96-406; s. 7, ch. 2006-312; s. 4, ch. 2007-339; s. 1, ch. 2008-173.
1Note.

A. Section 1, ch. 2007-339, provides that:

“(1) The executive director of the Department of Revenue is authorized, and all conditions are deemed met, to adopt emergency rules under ss. 120.536(1) and 120.54(4), Florida Statutes, for the purpose of implementing this act.

“(2) In anticipation of implementing this act, the executive director of the Department of Revenue is authorized, and all conditions are deemed met, to adopt emergency rules under ss. 120.536(1) and 120.54(4), Florida Statutes, for the purpose of making necessary changes and preparations so that forms, methods, and data records, electronic or otherwise, are ready and in place if sections 3 through 9 and sections 10, 12, and 14 . . . of this act become law.

“(3) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, such emergency rules shall remain in effect for 18 months after the date of adoption and may be renewed during the pendency of procedures to adopt rules addressing the subject of the emergency rules.”

B. Section 13, ch. 2008-173, provides that:

“(1) The executive director of the Department of Revenue is authorized, and all conditions are deemed met, to adopt emergency rules under ss. 120.536(1) and 120.54(4), Florida Statutes, for the purpose of implementing this act.

“(2) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, such emergency rules shall remain in effect for 18 months after the date of adoption and may be renewed during the pendency of procedures to adopt rules addressing the subject of the emergency rules.”

2Note.Section 13, ch. 2008-173, provides that:

“(1) The executive director of the Department of Revenue is authorized, and all conditions are deemed met, to adopt emergency rules under ss. 120.536(1) and 120.54(4), Florida Statutes, for the purpose of implementing this act.

“(2) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, such emergency rules shall remain in effect for 18 months after the date of adoption and may be renewed during the pendency of procedures to adopt rules addressing the subject of the emergency rules.”

Note.Consolidation of provisions of former ss. 193.041, 193.051, 193.061, 193.071, 193.113, 193.131, 193.251, 193.261, 193.361-193.381, 193.392.
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