2010 Florida Statutes
Limited agricultural association; powers, membership.
Limited agricultural association; powers, membership.—
Any three or more persons engaged in agricultural pursuits may form a limited agricultural association under the provisions of this law, and such association shall have and may exercise all the powers granted by the laws of this state to persons, partnerships and corporations for profit and not for profit, so far as the same may be applicable to agriculture or livestock in all its phases and the operations incident thereto and which are not inconsistent with the provisions of this law. Persons may become members of such association upon such terms as may be prescribed in its bylaws. No member shall be held personally liable for any of the claims against or the indebtedness and obligations of the association.
s. 2, ch. 20620, 1941.