2010 Florida Statutes
Actions and suits; labor organizations as parties.
Actions and suits; labor organizations as parties.—
Any labor organization may maintain any action or suit in its commonly used name and shall be subject to any suit or action in its commonly used name in the same manner and to the same extent as any corporation authorized to do business in this state. All process, pleadings and other papers in such action may be served on the president or other officer, business agent, manager or person in charge of the business of such labor organization. Judgment in such action may be enforced against the common property only of such labor organization.
s. 11, ch. 21968, 1943.
Former s. 481.11.