Florida Statutes Title XIV. Taxation and Finance

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  • Chapter 192. Taxation:  General Provisions
  • Chapter 193. Assessments
  • Chapter 194. Administrative and Judicial Review of Property Taxes
  • Chapter 195. Property Assessment Administration and Finance
  • Chapter 196. Exemption
  • Chapter 197. Tax Collections, Sales, and Liens
  • Chapter 198. Estate Taxes
  • Chapter 199. Intangible Personal Property Taxes
  • Chapter 200. Determination of Millage
  • Chapter 201. Excise Tax on Documents
  • Chapter 202. Communications Services Tax Simplification Law
  • Chapter 203. Gross Receipts Taxes
  • Chapter 205. Local Business Taxes
  • Chapter 206. Motor and Other Fuel Taxes
  • Chapter 207. Tax on Operation of Commercial Motor Vehicles
  • Chapter 208. Tax on Generation of Hazardous Wastes Repealed;  Renumbered
  • Chapter 209. Tax on Motor Fuels Other Than Gasoline Repealed;  Renumbered
  • Chapter 210. Tax on Tobacco Products
  • Chapter 211. Tax on Production of Oil and Gas and Severance of Solid Minerals
  • Chapter 212. Tax on Sales, Use, and Other Transactions
  • Chapter 213. State Revenue Laws:  General Provisions
  • Chapter 214. Administration of Designated Nonproperty Taxes Repealed;  Renumbered
  • Chapter 215. Financial Matters:  General Provisions
  • Chapter 216. Planning and Budgeting
  • Chapter 217. Surplus Property
  • Chapter 218. Financial Matters Pertaining to Political Subdivisions
  • Chapter 219. County Public Money, Handling by State and County
  • Chapter 220. Income Tax Code

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