2010 Florida Statutes
Charter; submission to and approval by circuit court; recordation.
Charter; submission to and approval by circuit court; recordation.—
The proposed charter shall be acknowledged by one of the subscribing incorporators before an officer authorized to take acknowledgments of deeds, which said subscribing incorporator shall also take and subscribe to an oath, to be endorsed on the proposed charter, that it is intended in good faith to carry out the purposes and objectives set forth therein and as provided in this act.
The circuit judge to whom the proposed charter is presented, finding the same to be in proper form and for the objective and purpose authorized by this act, and in accordance with the provisions and limitations of this act shall approve the charter and endorse her or his approval thereon. The charter shall then be recorded in the office of the clerk of such circuit court and from thenceforth the subscribers and their associates and successors shall be a nonprofit eleemosynary corporation by the name given.
s. 3, ch. 59-113; s. 172, ch. 97-102.