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Notice to creditors is NOT mandatory in Florida for you to dissolve the corporation, however providing the Notice may give you certain additional protections against a claim for personal liability for the Corporate debt by establishing a deadline for the creditor.
These issues are controlled by the Florida’s Business Corporation Act (“BCA”). As pertinent to your question the BCA
Under the BCA notice is given by sending a letter directly to known creditors. Proper written notice must include:
A description of the claim of the Creditor.
A statement as to whether the claim is admitted or not, the amount that is admitted, and any interest obligation provided for by the debt.
You must provide a mailing address where the creditor may send a claim to.
Provide a deadline of at least 120 days after the effective date of the written notice, by which the claim must be delivered to the dissolved corporation.
State that the Corporation is insolvent and that there are no assets to pat the claim or to distribute to shareholders.
Here is a link to the law:
This article provides a good summary of the overall dissolution process:
The following link provides for the dissolution with the State:
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