Form DR14 is a document that is used to report the sale or transfer of an ownership interest in a Delaware limited liability company (LLC). The form must be filed with the Delaware Secretary of State. This form is used to provide information about the parties involved in the transaction, the price paid for the interest, and other relevant details. The use of Form DR14 is required for all transfers of LLC ownership interests in Delaware.
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|Form Name||Form Dr14|
|Form Length||2 pages|
|Avg. time to fill out||30 sec|
|Other names||state of florida dr 14, florida tax exempt form dr 14, form dr 14, dr 14 form|
FLORIDA CERTIFICATE OF EXEMPTION (DR‐ 14)
***For internal Indiana University use only***
NOTE: According to Florida section 212.08(7), Florida Statutes (F.S.), Indiana University is authorized to make purchases and leases for its exclusive use without paying sales tax. The University must issue the attached certificate to vendors when purchasing tangible personal property or taxable services to qualify for the exemption.
Indiana University must be the direct purchaser and payer of record. Purchases must be made in the following manner:
o Are directly invoiced and charged to Indiana University, and o Are directly paid by Indiana University via
All purchases made using Form DR‐14 must benefit the University only. The form may not be used for the benefit of any officer, member, or employee of Indiana University.
The purchases must be made for use in carrying on the work of the organization and directly related to the University’s exempt purpose.
Provide a copy of the Florida Consumer's Certificate of Exemption to vendors