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Doing v. Riley - Difference between Homestead for "Property taxes" and "asset protection"

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#1 - Posted: 18 Oct 2006 21:01 - Edited by: johnbsims3 
Under Florida law, the exemption of a homestead from seizure and forced sale for debts is a different thing from the exemption to the extent of $25,000 of a homestead from taxation, and a homestead as defined for tax purposes, is not necessarily a homestead that is non-devisable.

176 F.2d 449
United States Court of Appeals Fifth Circuit.
DOING et al.
v.
RILEY.
RILEY
v.
DOING et al.
No. 12500.
July 22, 1949.
Rehearing Denied Sept. 17, 1949.

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