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Article VII Section 2 Florida Constitution – Taxes; Rate

Article VII Section 2 Florida Constitution

Article VII Section 2 Florida Constitution is about Taxes; Rate. Article VII is titled Finance and Taxation, it has 19 sections.

Taxes; Rate

All ad valorem taxation shall be at a uniform rate within each taxing unit, except the taxes on intangible personal property may be at different rates but shall never exceed two mills on the dollar of assessed value; provided, as to any obligations secured by mortgage, deed of trust, or other lien on real estate wherever located, an intangible tax of not more than two mills on the dollar may be levied by law to be in lieu of all other intangible assessments on such obligations.


See also: Article VII Section 1 Florida Constitution

See also  Article VII Section 8 Florida Constitution - Aid to Local Governments

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