2010 Florida Statutes
Liability of broker in case of failure to return account sales.
Liability of broker in case of failure to return account sales.—
In any suit for accounting against any person, doing the business of fruit or produce broker or commission merchant receiving pineapples in carlots or less, grown in this state for shipment or consignment, and who has not returned an account sales showing the cost and expenses charged against the returns, with the name and address of the purchaser, within 10 days of the sale, such person shall be held accountable to the shipper or consignee of said carlots, or less, of fruit for the full market price at the time of the receipt by such person of the said shipment or consignment.
s. 5, ch. 6235, 1911; RGS 4941; CGL 7028.