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2011 Florida Statutes

F.S. 624.46223
1624.46223 Notice of intent to withdraw.Any association, fund, or pool authorized by state law and created for the purpose of forming a risk management mechanism or providing self insurance for public entities in this state may not require its members to provide more than 45 days’ notice of the member’s intention to withdraw as a prerequisite for withdrawing from the association, fund, or pool.
History.ss. 3, 43, ch. 2010-175.
1Note.As enacted by s. 43, ch. 2010-175. For a description of multiple provisions in the same session affecting a statutory provision, see preface to the Florida Statutes, “Statutory Construction.” Section 3, ch. 2010-175, also created s. 624.46223, and that version reads:

624.46223 Notice of intent to withdraw.An association, fund, or pool authorized under Florida law and created for the purpose of forming or managing a risk management mechanism or providing self-insurance for a public entity in this state may not require its members, as a prerequisite for withdrawing from the association, fund, or pool, to give more than 60 days’ notice of the member’s intention to withdraw from the association, fund, or pool.