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2018 Florida Statutes

F.S. 607.511
607.511 Right of action.
(1)(a) Except in a benefit enforcement proceeding, a person may not bring an action or assert a claim against a social purpose corporation or its directors or officers with respect to:
1. A failure to pursue or create a public benefit or a specific public benefit set forth in its articles of incorporation; or
2. A violation of an obligation, duty, or standard of conduct under this part.
(b) A social purpose corporation is not liable for monetary damages under this part for the failure of the social purpose corporation to pursue or create a public benefit or a specific public benefit.
(2) A benefit enforcement proceeding may be commenced or maintained only:
(a) Directly by the social purpose corporation; or
(b) Derivatively by:
1. A shareholder of record on the date of the action or inaction complained of in the benefit enforcement proceeding;
2. A director;
3. A person or group of persons that owns beneficially or of record 5 percent or more of the outstanding equity interests in an entity of which the social purpose corporation is a subsidiary on the date of the action or inaction complained of in the benefit enforcement proceeding; or
4. Any other person who is specified in the articles of incorporation or bylaws of the social purpose corporation.
History.s. 17, ch. 2014-209.