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Property Tax
A levy and seizure notice was placed on my door. What should I do?
This answer has been viewed 1829 times and was last updated on 09/29/2017.
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For instructions, contact one of our field deputies at the phone number or email listed on the notice. Disposal of assessed property prior to satisfaction of the tax lien violates Chapter 818, Florida Statutes, and is punishable by one year imprisonment and/or a $1000 fine.

 
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