2019 Florida Statutes
607.1601 Corporate records.—
(1) A corporation shall maintain the following records:
(a) Its articles of incorporation, as currently in effect;
(b) Any notices to shareholders referred to in s. 607.0120(11)(d) specifying facts on which a filed document is dependent, if such facts are not included in the articles of incorporation or otherwise available as specified in s. 607.0120(11)(d);
(c) Its bylaws, as currently in effect;
(d) All written communications within the past 3 years to shareholders generally or to shareholders of a class or series;
(e) Minutes of all meetings of, and records of all actions taken without a meeting by, its shareholders, its board of directors, and any board committees established under s. 607.0825;
(f) A list of the names and business street addresses of its current directors and officers; and
(g) Its most recent annual report delivered to the department under s. 607.1622.
(2) A corporation shall maintain all annual financial statements prepared for the corporation for its last 3 fiscal years, or such shorter period of existence, and any audit or other reports with respect to such financial statements.
(3) A corporation shall maintain accounting records in a form that permits preparation of its financial statements.
(4) A corporation shall maintain a record of its current shareholders in alphabetical order by class or series of shares showing the address of, and the number and class or series of shares held by, each shareholder. This subsection does not require the corporation to include the electronic mail address or other electronic contact information of a shareholder in such record.
(5) A corporation shall maintain the records specified in this section in a manner so that they may be available for inspection within a reasonable time.
History.—s. 150, ch. 89-154; s. 218, ch. 2019-90.