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Florida laws of 1921 relating to corporations are presented in a rearranged order according to topic.
Table of Contents
General provisions -- Method of incorporation -- Capital stock -- By-laws -- Officers -- Meetings -- Records -- Increase and reduction of capital stock -- Amendment of charter and change of name -- Execution -- Dissolution -- Miscellaneous -- Executions against corporations -- Incorporation of co-operative associations -- Agricultural and horiticultural associations -- Incorporation of state fairs or expositions -- Public fairs and expositions -- Special provisions for railroad and canal companies. Requisites of proposed charter -- Capital stock -- Special powers -- Special provision for telegraph and telephone companies -- Definition -- Requisites of proposed charter -- Capital stock -- Special powers -- Special provisions for express companies -- Incorporation and business of domestic building and loan associations -- Foreign building and loan associations -- Foreign corporation -- Index.
H. Clay Crawford, Secretary of State.
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Corporation law -- Florida The Florida Boom and Bust, 1919-1929 Business
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Florida. Office of Secretary of State and Crawford, H. Clay (Henry Clay), 1856-1929, "Laws of Florida relating to corporations." (1921). Florida Heritage. 46.