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The 2010 Florida Statutes(including Special Session A)

Title XIV
TAXATION AND FINANCE
Chapter 197
TAX COLLECTIONS, SALES, AND LIENS
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F.S. 197.322
197.322 Delivery of ad valorem tax and non-ad valorem assessment rolls; notice of taxes; publication and mail.
(1) The property appraiser shall deliver to the tax collector the certified assessment roll along with his or her warrant and recapitulation sheet.
(2) The tax collector shall on November 1, or as soon as the assessment roll is open for collection, publish a notice in a local newspaper that the tax roll is open for collection.
(3) Within 20 working days after receipt of the certified ad valorem tax roll and the non-ad valorem assessment rolls, the tax collector shall mail to each taxpayer appearing on said rolls, whose post office address is known to him or her, a tax notice stating the amount of current taxes due from the taxpayer and, if applicable, the fact that back taxes remain unpaid and advising the taxpayer of the discounts allowed for early payment. Pursuant to s. 197.3632, the form of the notice of non-ad valorem assessments and notice of ad valorem taxes shall be as provided in s. 197.3635 and no other form shall be used, notwithstanding the provisions of s. 195.022. The postage shall be paid out of the general fund of each local governing board, upon statement thereof by the tax collector.
History.s. 155, ch. 85-342; s. 65, ch. 88-130; s. 4, ch. 88-216; s. 6, ch. 90-343; s. 1010, ch. 95-147.
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