The Annual Report filed with the Division of Corporations must accurately reflects officers and directors as of the date of filing. Pursuant to Section to 817.155, it is a 3rd Degree Felony to knowingly file a false document with the Division of Corporations.
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Mr. Litvak's response pinpoints the time in question--when the annual report is filed. Changes which occur afterward do not have to be reported.
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