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File #: 22-865   
Status: Agenda Ready
In control: County Administration - Real Property Section
On agenda: 6/7/2022 Final action: 6/7/2022
Title: MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution authorizing conveyance by Quit Claim Deed of a parcel of land not suitable for development that escheated to Broward County for delinquent real estate taxes, to the City of Hallandale Beach; authorizing the Mayor and Clerk to execute said Quit Claim Deed and authorizing recordation of same. (Commission District 6)
Attachments: 1. Exhibit 1 - Resolution, 2. Exhibit 2 - Quit Claim Deed, 3. Exhibit 3 - Tax Deed 2022, 4. Exhibit 4 - Property Factsheet
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Broward County Commission Regular Meeting                               

Director's Name:  Monica Cepero

Department:                       County Administration                                          Division:  Real Property

 

Information

Requested Action

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MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution authorizing conveyance by Quit Claim Deed of a parcel of land not suitable for development that escheated to Broward County for delinquent real estate taxes, to the City of Hallandale Beach; authorizing the Mayor and Clerk to execute said Quit Claim Deed and authorizing recordation of same. (Commission District 6)

 

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Why Action is Necessary

Board of County Commissioners' approval is required to convey real property acquired due to delinquent taxes pursuant to Florida Statutes, Section 197.592(3) and Broward County Administrative Code, Section 6.23.

 

What Action Accomplishes

Conveys an unbuildable parcel of land to the municipality where it is located.

 

Is this Action Goal Related

No

 

Previous Action Taken

None.

 

Summary Explanation/Background

A parcel of land identified as Folio Number 5142-21-19-0580 escheated to Broward County via tax deed for non-payment of taxes. Title was conveyed to the County pursuant to Florida Statutes, Section 197.502(8) since there were no bidders at the public sale. The parcel is unsuitable for development due to its configuration and use. The previous property owner did not file a verified application seeking to have the property returned to them.

 

Pursuant to Florida Statutes, properties escheated to the County for delinquent ad valorem taxes that are not previously sold or dedicated and are not conveyed to its former owner, shall be conveyed to its corresponding municipality.

 

All applicable County agencies were solicited for potential County use of the properties or rights therein; no current or future use was identified.

 

All documents have been reviewed and approved as to form by the Office of the County Attorney.

 

Source of Additional Information

Lary S. Mahoney, Director of Real Estate Development, County Administration, 954-357-7357

Trevor Fisher, Director, Public Works Department, (954) 357-6410

 

Fiscal Impact

Fiscal Impact/Cost Summary

There is no fiscal impact to Broward County; however, if the parcel is conveyed a private owner, this property may be placed on the tax roll and be subject to ad valorem property taxes.