2021 Florida Statutes
Title XXXVI - Business Organizations
Chapter 622 - Foreign Unincorporated Associations
622.03 - Qualification.

Universal Citation: FL Stat § 622.03 (2021)
622.03 Qualification.—Any foreign association may qualify to transact business and acquire, hold, and dispose of property, and sue and be sued in this state, by complying with all requirements of law, including but not limited to the paying of all fees, taxes, and other charges, now or hereafter prescribed for qualification by foreign corporations for profit to transact business in this state, and all laws heretofore or hereafter enacted prescribing requirements to be observed by foreign corporations for profit in so qualifying shall apply to and govern and control such qualification by foreign associations, except that in lieu of filing an authenticated copy of any charter, or certificate of incorporation, or articles of incorporation, the foreign association shall file a duly authenticated copy of its written articles of association.

History.—s. 3, ch. 23897, 1947.

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