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The 2001 Florida Statutes

Title XI
County Organization And Intergovernmental Relations
Chapter 155
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Section 155.01, Florida Statutes 2001

155.01  County commissioners may act as trustees of stock of hospitals.--Whenever the owners of a majority of the outstanding capital stock of a corporation created for and engaged solely in the operation of a hospital shall execute a trust deed, or deeds, conveying a majority of the capital stock of such corporation to the board of county commissioners of the county in which such hospital is located, in trust to be held and administered by such board of county commissioners as trustees with authority to vote said stock at all meetings of the stockholders of such corporation and to expend all dividends declared upon such stock in the hospitalization of the indigent citizens of the county who need hospital treatment, with provisions that should the properties of such corporation cease for a period of 6 months to be used primarily for hospital purposes or should the hospital so maintained be not maintained open to the practice of all duly licensed physicians and surgeons resident in the county where the same is located that the trust shall then, but not before, be terminated and the ownership of the stock so placed in trust shall revert to the respective persons executing the trust deed, or deeds, their heirs, legatees or assigns; the board of county commissioners may accept such trust and act as trustee thereunder.

History.--s. 1, ch. 17834, 1937; CGL 1940 Supp. 2934(28).

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