1998 Florida Code
213.01 State revenue laws; legislative intent.
TITLE XIV TAXATION AND FINANCE
Chapter 213 State Revenue Laws: General Provisions
213.015 Taxpayer rights.
213.018 Taxpayer problem resolution program; taxpayer assistance orders.
213.025 Audits, inspections, and interviews.
213.0452 Required reporting.
213.05 Department of Revenue; control and administration of revenue laws.
213.051 Service of subpoenas.
213.053 Confidentiality and information sharing.
213.0535 Registration Information Sharing and Exchange Program.
213.054 Persons claiming tax exemptions or deductions; annual report.
213.055 Declared emergency; waiver or suspension of specified revenue laws.
213.06 Rules of department; circumstances requiring emergency rules.
213.065 Rule adoption to implement ch. 89-171.
213.066 Rule adoption to implement ch. 92-319.
213.071 Certification under seal of certain records by executive director.
213.10 Deposit of tax moneys collected.
213.12 Certain state-chartered financial institutions; immunity from certain state and local taxes.
213.21 Informal conferences; compromises.
213.22 Technical assistance advisements.
213.2201 Publications by the department.
213.23 Consent agreements extending the period subject to assessment or available for refund.
213.24 Accrual of penalties and interest on deficiencies; deficiency billing costs.
213.25 Refunds; credits; right of setoff.
213.26 Contracts with county tax collectors.
213.27 Contracts with debt collection agencies.
213.28 Contracts with private auditors.
213.285 Certified audits.
213.29 Failure to collect and pay over tax or attempt to evade or defeat tax.
213.30 Compensation for information relating to a violation of the tax laws.
213.305 Application of penalties provided by ss. 49-98 of ch. 87-6.
213.31 Corporation Tax Administration Trust Fund.
213.34 Authority to audit.
213.35 Books and records.
213.37 Authority to require sworn statements.
213.50 Failure to comply; revocation of corporate charter; refusal to reinstate charter.
213.68 Garnishment; collecting entity of counties which self-administer collection of tourist development tax.
213.69 Authority to issue warrants.
213.70 Taxpayers' escrow requirement.
213.73 Manner and conditions of sale of property subject of a levy by the Department of Revenue.
213.731 Collection action; notice; taxpayer's protest and review rights.
213.732 Jeopardy findings and assessments.
213.733 Satisfaction of warrant.
213.74 Certificate of sale; deed of real property; legal effect.
213.75 Application of payments.
213.755 Payment of taxes by electronic funds transfer.
213.756 Funds collected are state tax funds.
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