Although I did read the bill, I didn't understand all the "leagalese". When a property owned by an individual is transferred to a corporation or LLC (which is owned by multiple people including the original owner), or if more "owners" of the LLC are added at a later time, do all members of the LLC enjoy the tax increase avoidance benefit? For those, other than the original owner, this would be, in effect, a property transfer which should trigger a "pop-up" increase to SEV. If not, then this is just another example of corporate welfare - and a way to dodge what regular folks are required to pay. Furthermore, I'm wondering if a "pop-up" would be triggered for all the other members of the "corporation or LLC" when the original owner dies ? If this turns out to be a loophole tax dodge, I expect there will be lots of corporations springing up. I know there are already lots of "LLC ownerships" of expensive beachfront resort property around the state. If this law has good intentions, then let's make sure it's used as intended, and not abused by the wealthy looking for a special property transfer benefit.