SB 260: Intangible Personal Property Tax
GENERAL BILL by Haridopolos ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Fasano
Intangible Personal Property Tax; repeals "Intangible Personal Property Tax Act"; amends various provisions to conform to that repeal; repeals provisions re situs of property for assessment purposes, date of assessment of property, preparation of assessment rolls, filing of said tax returns as factor in determining residency, & tax exemption for certain leasehold interests of Fla. High-Speed Rail Authority; conforms cross-reference. Amends FS.
Last Action: 5/5/2006 Senate - Died in Committee on Commerce and Consumer Services, Link/Iden/Sim/Compare passed, refer to HB 209 (Ch. 2006-312)
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• Referred to Commerce and Consumer Services; Banking and Insurance; Government Efficiency Appropriations; Ways and Means
• Introduced, referred to Commerce and Consumer Services; Banking and Insurance; Government Efficiency Appropriations; Ways and Means -SJ 00060
• Died in Committee on Commerce and Consumer Services, Link/Iden/Sim/Compare passed, refer to HB 209 (Ch. 2006-312)
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