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2011 Florida Statutes

F.S. 80.04
80.04 Quo warranto; effect of judgment.When an individual institutes an action without the consent of the Attorney General, the judgment is conclusive as between the parties other than the state. The judgment is not a bar to any quo warranto by the state nor shall a judgment instituted by the Attorney General be a bar to actions by any claimant other than the parties thereto. The party receiving judgment shall be entitled to exercise the office until removed by quo warranto or until his or her rights thereto shall otherwise cease.
History.s. 3, ch. 1874, 1872; RS 1783; GS 2260; RGS 3583; CGL 5448; s. 30, ch. 67-254; s. 421, ch. 95-147.