LAND USED FOR CONSERVATION: Section 193.501, F.S.
DR-482C –Land Used for Conservation
DR-482CR – Land Used for Conservation Assessment Reapplication
The owner or owners in fee of any land subject to a conservation easement as described in s. 704.06, F.S.; land qualified as environmentally endangered pursuant to paragraph (6)(i) and so designated by formal resolution of the governing board of the municipality or county within which such land is located; land designated as conservation land in a comprehensive plan adopted by the appropriate municipal or county governing body; or any land which is utilized for outdoor recreational or park purposes may, by appropriate instrument, for a term of not less than 10 years:
(1) Convey the development right of such land to the governing board of any public agency in this state within which the land is located, or to the Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement Trust Fund, or to a charitable corporation or trust as described in s. 704.06(3), F.S.; or
(2) Covenant with the governing board of any public agency in this state within which the land is located, or with the Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement Trust Fund, or with a charitable corporation or trust as described in s.704.06(3), F.S., that such land be subject to one or more of the conservation restrictions provided in s. 704.06(1), F.S. or not be used by the owner for any purpose other than outdoor recreational or park purposes. If land is covenanted and used for an outdoor recreational purpose, the normal use and maintenance of the land for that purpose, consistent with the covenant, shall not be restricted.
A person or organization that, on January 1, has the legal title to the land that is entitled by law to the assessment under this section shall, on or before March 1, file an application.