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The Florida Statutes

The 2010 Florida Statutes(including Special Session A)

Title XIV
TAXATION AND FINANCE
Chapter 220
INCOME TAX CODE
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F.S. 220.813
220.813 Liens; attachment and notice.
(1) The state shall have a lien for all or any portion of the tax or any penalty, or for any amount of interest which may be due, upon all the real and personal property of any taxpayer assessed with a tax under this chapter.
(2) If the lien arises from an assessment pursuant to a notice of deficiency, such lien shall not attach, and the notice described in subsection (3) shall not be filed, until all proceedings in court for review of such assessment have terminated or the time for the taking thereof has expired without such proceedings being instituted.
(3) The lien created by assessment pursuant to a notice of deficiency shall expire unless a notice of lien is filed as provided in this part within 5 years from the date all proceedings in court for the review of such assessment have terminated or the time for the taking thereof has expired without such proceeding being instituted. The lien created by assessment pursuant to the filing of a return without payment of the tax shown to be due, or the penalty or interest properly due, shall expire unless a notice of lien is filed within 5 years from the date such return was filed with the department.
History.s. 19, ch. 71-359; s. 68, ch. 91-112.
Note.Former s. 214.44.
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