CSC® Florida Laws Governing Business Entities Annotated
By Corporation Service Company
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The CSC® Library of Publications brings you Florida Laws Governing Business Entities, 2014 Edition. This eBook helps you to conduct research more effectively, complete transactions more efficiently, and better advise your clients. Florida Laws Governing Business Entities leverage your most powerful tool--you. This fully annotated collection of Florida statutes now allows you to... • Easily access the most important business entity laws. You'll find all the business statutes, regulations, forms, and opinions that you need to transact business in Florida. • Instantly pinpoint statutory changes. Use the Table of Sections Affected to find changes quickly. • Identify new case annotations. The Table of New Annotations and change bars highlight the most recently added material and let you quickly identify key Florida cases. • Find information quickly. Save time searching with the expanded index. Content: • Business Corporation Act • Limited Liability Company Act • Revised Uniform Limited Partnership Act • Uniform Limited Partnership Act • Limited Liability Partnerships • Not-For-Profit Corporation Act • Corporation Income Tax • Securities Transactions • And More! IN THIS EDITION • Updated through the 2014 Legislative Session, with over 50 newly enacted or amended sections, including the revised chapter on arbitration. • Over two dozen new case annotations summarizing recent judicial developments from Florida courts and federal courts interpreting Florida law. • Four new full-text cases focusing on the latest legal developments regarding derivative suits, charging orders, ancillary receivers, and dissolution of a partnership. • New in this edition, analysis of new Florida legislation concerning business entities prepared by Daniel Jacobson, Esq., a partner in Akerman LLP in Miami.