The Law of Business Organizations in Florida
Title XXXVI of the Florida Statutes governs all matters concerning business associations in FL, including all foreign or domestically formed/operated corporations (i.e. non-profit and professional service corps.), limited liability companies (LLCs), partnerships and other non-incorporated business associations.
Chapter 607 lists information relevant to corps., such as the purposes for which they may be formed, the initial and periodic filing requirements to which they must adhere and their corresponding fee schedules, their general and emergency powers, and the like, while Chapter 608 divulges such information regarding LLCs. You should note, however, that Chapters 607-608 do not deal with non-profit or professional service corps. and limited liability companies, which are governed by Chapters 619 and 621, respectively. Chapter 620 contains the Revised Uniform Partnership Act and the Florida Revised Uniform Limited Partnership Act, which provide all necessary information regarding partnerships.
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