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Articles of Dissolution (Florida)

These are articles of dissolution of a for-profit corporation that have or have not issued shares or commenced business in Florida. The form provided here is simply a sample of what the actual Form CR2E012 looks like.

CR2E012 (1/00)

ARTICLES OF DISSOLUTION

Pursuant to 607.1401, Florida Statutes, this Florida profit corporation submits the following articles of dissolution:

FIRST: The name of the corporation is: ___________________________

SECOND: The filing date of the articles of incorporation was:

___________________________

THIRD: (CHECK ONE)

____ None of the corporation's shares have been issued.

____ The corporation has not commenced business.

FOURTH: No debt of the corporation remains unpaid.

FIFTH: The net assets of the corporation remaining after winding up have been distributed to the shareholders, if shares were issued.

SIXTH: Adoption of Dissolution (CHECK ONE)

____ A majority of the incorporators authorized the dissolution.

____ A majority of the directors authorized the dissolution.

Signed this ____________ day of _______________________, __________.

Signature ___________________________ (By the chairman or vice chairman of the board, president, or other officer - if there are no officers or directors, by an incorporator.)

___________________________ (Typed or printed name)

___________________________ (Title)

ARTICLES OF DISSOLUTION

Pursuant to section 607.1403, Florida Statutes, this Florida profit corporation submits the following articles of dissolution:

FIRST: The name of the corporation is: ___________________________

SECOND: The date dissolution was authorized:

___________________________

THIRD: Adoption of Dissolution (CHECK ONE)

____ Dissolution was approved by the shareholders. The number of votes cast for dissolution was sufficient for approval.

____ Dissolution was approved by vote of the shareholders through voting groups.

The following statement must be separately provided for each voting group entitled to vote separately on the plan to dissolve:

The number of votes cast for dissolution was sufficient for approval by

___________________________ (voting group)

Signed this ____________ day of _______________________, ___________.

Signature ___________________________ (By the Chairman or Vice Chairman of the Board, President, or other officer)

___________________________ (Typed or printed name)

___________________________ (Title)


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INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING OUT THIS FORM
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Attached is the information concerning the dissolution of a Florida profit corporation.

A corporation can voluntarily dissolve by filing articles of dissolution with the Division of Corporations in accordance with section 607.1401 or 607.1403, Florida Statutes. Section 607.1401, Florida Statutes, provides for the dissolution of a corporation that has not issued shares or commenced business. Section 607.1403, Florida Statutes, provides for the dissolution of a corporation that has commenced business and issued shares.

For your convenience, attached to this letter are sample forms for dissolution. Please choose the appropriate form. Section 607.0120, Florida Statutes, requires that the document be typed or printed, and must be legible.

Pursuant to section 607.0123, Florida Statutes, a delayed effective date may be specified but may not be later than the 90th day after the date on which the document is filed.

The filing fee for the articles of dissolution is $35. Certified copies of the dissolution are $8.75 each (plus $1 per page for each page over 8, not to exceed a maximum of $52.50). A certificate of status is $8.75. Submit one check for the correct amount made payable to Florida Department of State. Please include a cover letter containing your telephone number and return address.

Any further inquiries on this matter should be directed to the Amendment Section by calling (850) 487-6050, or by writing: Division of Corporations, P. O. Box 6327, Tallahassee, FL 32314.

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