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Florida Sales Tax Statute
212.1832
212.099
212.01
212.02
212.03
212.0305
212.03055
212.0306
212.031
212.04
212.05
212.0501
212.0506
212.051
212.0515
212.052
212.054
212.055
212.0596
212.0597
212.0598
212.06
212.0601
212.0602
212.0606
212.07
212.08
212.0801
212.081
212.0821
212.084
212.085
212.09
212.096
212.097
212.098
212.11
212.12
212.13
212.133
212.14
212.15
212.151
212.16
212.17
212.18
212.183
212.1831
212.184
212.185
212.186
212.19
212.20
212.202
212.21
212.211


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Florida Sales Tax Statute

212.186

Registration number and resale certificate verification; toll-free number; information system; dealer education.—

(1) Effective January 1, 2000, the Department of Revenue shall establish a toll-free number for verification of valid registration numbers and resale certificates. 1The system must be sufficient to guarantee a low busy rate and must respond to keypad inquiries, and data must be updated daily.

(2) Effective January 1, 2000, the Department of Revenue shall establish a system for receiving information from dealers regarding certificate numbers of those seeking to make purchases for resale. The department must provide such dealers with verification of those numbers which are canceled or invalid. This information must be provided by the department free of charge.

(3) Effective July 1, 1999, the Department of Revenue shall expand its dealer education program regarding the proper use of resale certificates. The expansion shall include, but need not be limited to, revision of the registration application for clarity, development of industry-specific brochures, development of a media campaign to heighten awareness of resale fraud and its consequences, outreach to business and professional organizations, and creation of seminars and continuing education programs for taxpayers and licensed professionals.

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