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Last updated: 10/13/2023

Property Transfer Information Form

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PROPERTY TRANSFER INFORMATION FORM. Section 201.02(1)(a), Florida Statutes, imposes a tax (commonly referred to as documentary stamp tax) on documents, such as deeds, that transfer, assign, or otherwise convey an interest in Florida real property. The tax is to be paid at the rate of $0.70 per $100 or fraction thereof on the total consideration. Consideration includes, but is not limited to, the money paid or agreed to be paid; the discharge of an obligation; and the amount of any mortgage, purchase money mortgage lien, or other encumbrance, whether or not the underlying indebtedness is assumed. If the consideration paid or given in exchange for real property or any interest therein includes property other than money, it is presumed that the consideration is equal to the fair market value of the real property that is transferred or interest therein. The attached form is to be completed and submitted with the conveyance document, but will not be recorded with the document. It is for purposes of helping to determine the correct tax amount due at the time of recording. PENALTY FOR FAILING TO PAY THE REQUIRED TAX: A penalty is imposed (§ 201.17(2)(b), Florida Statutes), equal to 10% of any unpaid tax if the failure is for not more than 30 days, with an additional amount of 10% for each additional 30 days or fraction thereof, up to 50% of the unpaid tax. Additionally, interest shall be charged based upon the amount of tax due from the date of recording until the tax is paid (§ 201.17(2)(c ), Florida Statutes).

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