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2013 Florida Statutes

SECTION 0203
Signing of records to be delivered for filing to department.
F.S. 605.0203
605.0203 Signing of records to be delivered for filing to department.
(1) A record delivered to the department for filing pursuant to this chapter must be signed as follows:
(a) Except as otherwise provided in paragraphs (b) and (c), a record signed on behalf of a limited liability company must be signed by a person authorized by the company.
(b) A company’s initial articles of organization must be signed by at least one person acting as an authorized representative. The articles of organization must also include or have attached a statement signed by the company’s initial registered agent in the form described in s. 605.0113(2).
(c) A record delivered on behalf of a dissolved company that has no member must be signed by the person winding up the company’s activities and affairs under s. 605.0709(3) or a person appointed under s. 605.0709(4) or (5) to wind up the activities and affairs.
(d) A statement of denial by a person under s. 605.0303 must be signed by that person.
(e) A record changing the registered agent must also include or be accompanied by a statement signed by the successor registered agent in the form described in s. 605.0113(2).
(f) Any other record delivered on behalf of a person to the department must be signed by that person.
(2) A record may also be signed by an agent, legal representative, or attorney-in-fact, as applicable, if such person is duly appointed and authorized to sign the record and the record states that such person possesses that authority.
(3) A person who signs a record as an agent, legal representative, or attorney-in-fact affirms as a fact that the person is authorized to sign the record.
History.s. 2, ch. 2013-180.