Village of Lake Tarpon, Inc
 These articles are not enforceable.  The owners of 2004 were never given an opportunity to vote.  A seventy-five percent is require per the actual governing document - The Declaration.  Read them first before this document the attorney put in place without consulting the new owners.
 
  
 
these were recorded by the attorney:
 
 
 
 
 
 
617.1401  Voluntary dissolution of corporation prior to conducting its affairs.--
(1)  At any time after the filing of the articles of incorporation, a corporation which has not commenced to conduct its affairs may be voluntarily dissolved in the following manner:
(a)  If there are no directors of the corporation, by the incorporator or, if there is more than one incorporator, by a majority of the incorporators; or
(b)  If there are directors of the corporation, by a majority of the directors.
(2)  Articles of dissolution must be executed in accordance with s. 617.01201 and must set forth:
(a)  The name of the corporation;
(b)  The date of filing of its articles of incorporation;
(c)  That the corporation has not commenced to conduct its affairs;
(d)  That no debts of the corporation remain unpaid; and
(e)  That the incorporator or a majority of the incorporators or a majority of the directors, as the case may be, authorized the dissolution.
(3)  The articles of dissolution must be filed and shall become effective in accordance with s. 617.1403, may be revoked in accordance with s. 617.1404, and shall have the effect prescribed in s. 617.1405.
History.--s. 80, ch. 90-179; s. 61, ch. 93-281.
617.1402  Dissolution of corporation.--A corporation desiring to dissolve and wind up its affairs must adopt a resolution to dissolve in the following manner:
(1)  If the corporation has members entitled to vote on a resolution to dissolve, and unless the board of directors determines that because of a conflict of interest or other substantial reason it should not make any recommendation, the board of directors must adopt a resolution recommending that the corporation be dissolved and directing that the question of such dissolution be submitted to a vote at a meeting of members entitled to vote thereon, which may be either an annual or special meeting. Written notice stating that the purpose, or one of the purposes, of such meeting is to consider the advisability of dissolving the corporation must be given to each member entitled to vote at such meeting in accordance with the articles of incorporation or the bylaws. A resolution to dissolve the corporation shall be adopted upon receiving at least a majority of the votes which members present at such meeting or represented by proxy are entitled to cast.
(2)  If the corporation has no members or if its members are not entitled to vote on a resolution to dissolve, the dissolution of the corporation may be authorized at a meeting of the board of directors by a majority vote of the directors then in office.
History.--s. 76, ch. 90-179.
617.1403  Articles of dissolution.--
(1)  At any time after dissolution is authorized, the corporation may dissolve by delivering to the Department of State for filing articles of dissolution setting forth:
(a)  The name of the corporation;
(b)  If the corporation has members entitled to vote on dissolution, the date of the meeting of members at which the resolution to dissolve was adopted, a statement that the number of votes cast for dissolution was sufficient for approval, or a statement that such a resolution was adopted by written consent and executed in accordance with s. 617.0701; and
(c)  If the corporation has no members or if its members are not entitled to vote on dissolution, a statement of such fact, the date of the adoption of such resolution by the board of directors, the number of directors then in office, and the vote for the resolution.
(2)  A corporation is dissolved upon the effective date of its articles of dissolution.
History.--s. 77, ch. 90-179.
617.1404  Revocation of dissolution.--
(1)  A corporation may revoke its dissolution at any time prior to the expiration of 120 days following the effective date of the articles of dissolution.
(2)  Revocation of dissolution must be authorized in the same manner as the dissolution was authorized unless that authorization permitted revocation by action of the board of directors alone, in which event the board of directors may revoke the dissolution without member action.
(3)  After the revocation of dissolution is authorized, the corporation may revoke the dissolution by delivering to the Department of State for filing articles of revocation of dissolution, together with a copy of its articles of dissolution, that set forth:
(a)  The name of the corporation;
(b)  The effective date of the dissolution that was revoked;
(c)  The date that the revocation of dissolution was authorized;
(d)  If the corporation's board of directors revoked a dissolution authorized by the members, a statement that revocation was permitted by action by the board of directors alone pursuant to that authorization; and
(e)  If member action was required to revoke the dissolution, the information required by s. 617.1403(1)(b) or (c), whichever is applicable.
(4)  Revocation of dissolution is effective upon the effective date of the articles of revocation of dissolution.
(5)  When the revocation of dissolution is effective, it relates back to and takes effect as of the effective date of the dissolution and the corporation resumes conducting its affairs as if dissolution had never occurred.
History.--s. 78, ch. 90-179.
617.1405  Effect of dissolution.--
(1)  A dissolved corporation continues its corporate existence but may not conduct its affairs except to the extent appropriate to wind up and liquidate its affairs, including:
(a)  Collecting its assets;
(b)  Disposing of its properties that will not be distributed in kind pursuant to the plan of distribution of assets adopted under s. 617.1406;
(c)  Discharging or making provision for discharging its liabilities;
(d)  Distributing its remaining property in accordance with the plan of distribution of assets adopted under s. 617.1406; and
(e)  Doing every other act necessary to wind up and liquidate its affairs.
(2)  Dissolution of a corporation does not:
(a)  Transfer title to the corporation's property;
(b)  Subject its directors or officers to standards of conduct different from those which applied prior to dissolution;
(c)  Change quorum or voting requirements for its board of directors or members, change provisions for selection, resignation, or removal of its directors or officers or both, or change provisions for amending its bylaws;