Generally, Florida incorporation bylaws are written to manage the corporation’s business and to conduct the corporation’s affairs so long as the bylaws do not conflict with the articles of incorporation. A corporation maintains its bylaws at its principal executive office and is not required to file them with the state. United Agent Services will provide customized bylaws for your Florida incorporation based on the operation requirements that you specify.
The bylaws may prescribe additional qualifications for directors so long as they do not conflict with the articles.
The bylaws may either list the officers or state that they will be appointed by the board of directors. The bylaws or the board may also authorize an appointed officer to appoint other assistant officers, as well as delegate the responsibility of preparing minutes and authenticating records to one of the officers. One officer may hold more than one office in the corporation at one time.