DR-501TS
N. 09/15
DESIGNATION OF OWNERSHIP SHARES
Rule 12D-16.002, F.A.C.
OF ABANDONED HOMESTEAD
Eff. 09/15
Section 193.155(8), Florida Statutes
File this form if you and your spouse (or former spouse) are current or former joint owners of qualifying property and want
to designate shares of the homestead assessment difference. The designated shares can transfer to each of your new
homesteads when you each apply for the homestead exemption on your properties.
Before either of you submits a Form DR-501T, Transfer of Homestead Assessment Difference, for a new homestead,
submit this form to the property appraiser in the county where the abandoned homestead is located. If you apply for a new
homestead exemption and want to transfer your designated share of the homestead assessment difference, attach a copy
of this statement to your completed Form DR-501T in the county where the new homestead is located. Percentages must
total 100 percent.
Abandoned Homestead
Address
County
Parcel ID
Date abandoned
Spouse 1
Designated
Spouse 2
Designated
name as it appears on the joint title
% ownership
name as it appears on the joint title
% ownership
At the time the homestead was abandoned, we were married and jointly owned this property.
We designate the percentages above to each owner for transferring the homestead assessment difference when that
owner establishes a new homestead.
We understand that when we file this designation with the property appraiser, it is irrevocable.
I swear that the information above, including ownership
I swear that the information above, including ownership and
and percentages, is true and correct.
percentages, is true and correct.
Spouse 1 signature:
Spouse 2 signature:
State of Florida
State of Florida
County of
County of
This instrument was sworn to and subscribed before me
This instrument was sworn to and subscribed before me
this date,
, by
this date,
, by
print name
print name
who is personally known to me or who has produced
who is personally known to me or who has produced
as identification.
as identification.
Notary public seal
Notary public seal
Notary public signature
Notary public signature
DR-501TS
N. 09/15
DESIGNATION OF OWNERSHIP SHARES
Rule 12D-16.002, F.A.C.
OF ABANDONED HOMESTEAD
Eff. 09/15
Section 193.155(8), Florida Statutes
File this form if you and your spouse (or former spouse) are current or former joint owners of qualifying property and want
to designate shares of the homestead assessment difference. The designated shares can transfer to each of your new
homesteads when you each apply for the homestead exemption on your properties.
Before either of you submits a Form DR-501T, Transfer of Homestead Assessment Difference, for a new homestead,
submit this form to the property appraiser in the county where the abandoned homestead is located. If you apply for a new
homestead exemption and want to transfer your designated share of the homestead assessment difference, attach a copy
of this statement to your completed Form DR-501T in the county where the new homestead is located. Percentages must
total 100 percent.
Abandoned Homestead
Address
County
Parcel ID
Date abandoned
Spouse 1
Designated
Spouse 2
Designated
name as it appears on the joint title
% ownership
name as it appears on the joint title
% ownership
At the time the homestead was abandoned, we were married and jointly owned this property.
We designate the percentages above to each owner for transferring the homestead assessment difference when that
owner establishes a new homestead.
We understand that when we file this designation with the property appraiser, it is irrevocable.
I swear that the information above, including ownership
I swear that the information above, including ownership and
and percentages, is true and correct.
percentages, is true and correct.
Spouse 1 signature:
Spouse 2 signature:
State of Florida
State of Florida
County of
County of
This instrument was sworn to and subscribed before me
This instrument was sworn to and subscribed before me
this date,
, by
this date,
, by
print name
print name
who is personally known to me or who has produced
who is personally known to me or who has produced
as identification.
as identification.
Notary public seal
Notary public seal
Notary public signature
Notary public signature
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