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2011 Florida Statutes

F.S. 452.02
452.02 Foreign corporations as surety.No common carrier authorized to do business in this state, when requiring of any employee that he or she give it a bond or undertaking of any nature whatsoever, shall require as surety thereon any person not a resident of this state; nor shall such common carrier accept as such surety any company, corporation, or association unless the same is a corporation duly organized under the laws of Florida, or who shall have designated an agent residing within this state upon whom service of legal process against it may be had as provided by law for foreign corporations doing business in this state, and shall also have in this state a general office where it shall require that every such bond or undertaking shall be approved, and canceled, and where a complete record thereof shall be kept.
History.s. 2, ch. 6519, 1913; RGS 4042; CGL 5964; s. 180, ch. 97-103.