2022 Florida Statutes
Property subject to taxation.
Annual application required for exemption.
Permanent residency; factual determination by property appraiser.
Tax returns to show all exemptions and claims.
Exemption of homesteads.
Extent of homestead exemptions.
Rental of homestead to constitute abandonment.
Homestead exemptions; claims by members of armed forces.
Additional homestead exemption for persons 65 and older.
Additional homestead exemption for classroom teachers, law enforcement officers, firefighters, emergency medical technicians, paramedics, child welfare professionals, and servicemembers.
Exemption for certain permanently and totally disabled veterans and for surviving spouses of veterans; exemption for surviving spouses of first responders who die in the line of duty.
Discounts for disabled veterans; surviving spouse carryover.
Exemption for disabled veterans confined to wheelchairs.
Exemption for a licensed child care facility operating in an enterprise zone.
Exemption for totally and permanently disabled persons.
Exemption for certain totally and permanently disabled first responders; surviving spouse carryover.
Property appraisers may notify persons entitled to homestead exemption; publication of notice; costs.
Homestead exemptions; forms.
Homestead exemptions; claims.
Homestead exemptions; duty of property appraiser.
Homestead exemptions; approval, refusal, hearings.
Homestead exemptions; lien imposed on property of person claiming exemption although not a permanent resident.
Homestead exemptions; city officials.
Exemption for deployed servicemembers.
Exemption of household goods and personal effects.
Exemption of renewable energy source devices.
Exemption for tangible personal property.
Exemption of inventory.
Exemptions from ad valorem taxation.
Exemption applications; review by property appraiser.
Value adjustment board; notice; hearings; appearance before the board.
Determining profit or nonprofit status of applicant.
Determining whether property is entitled to charitable, religious, scientific, or literary exemption.
Exemption for historic property used for certain commercial or nonprofit purposes.
Additional provisions for exempting property used by hospitals, nursing homes, and homes for special services.
Exemption for property used by nonprofit homes for the aged.
Provisions of ss. 196.197(1) or (2) and 196.1975; severability.
Exemption for property used by proprietary continuing care facilities.
Affordable housing property exemption.
Educational property exemption.
Charter school exemption from ad valorem taxes.
Labor organization property exemption.
Community centers exemption.
Biblical history display property exemption.
Government property exemption.
Certain agreements with local governments for use of public property; exemption.
Economic development ad valorem tax exemption.
Economic development ad valorem tax exemption; effect of ch. 94-136.
Ad valorem tax exemptions for historic properties.
Additional ad valorem tax exemptions for historic properties open to the public.
Space laboratories and carriers; exemption.
Not-for-profit sewer and water company property exemption.
Exemption for s. 501(c)(12) not-for-profit water and wastewater systems.
Property of widows, widowers, blind persons, and persons totally and permanently disabled.
Exemption for disabled ex-servicemember or surviving spouse; evidence of disability.
Exemption for real property dedicated in perpetuity for conservation purposes.
Cancellation of delinquent taxes upon lands used for road purposes, etc.
Cancellation of certain taxes on real property acquired by a county, school board, charter school governing board, or community college district board of trustees.
Property transferred to exempt governmental unit; tax payment into escrow; taxes due from prior years.
Taxes against state properties; notice.
Executive Office of the Governor; consent required to certain assessments.