If your corporation has been administratively dissolved by the Division of Corporations, it is still possible to revive the corporation and regain good standing with the State. Until you have done so, your business does not have the legal authority to conduct business in Florida or maintain standing in any court in the State.
To reinstate a Florida corporation, you must file a Corporation Reinstatement with the Division of Corporations. There is a $600 reinstatement fee, as well as a $150 for every missed Corporation Annual Report. You are required to file an Annual Report and pay the $150 fee, even if your company has only been dissolved for a few months. Thus, the absolute minimum fee for reinstatement is $750.
A Corporation Reinstatement can be filed by mail, fax or online.
Please note that if your FL corporation was voluntarily dissolved by its shareholders, you do not file for reinstatement. That is a different process, called Revocation of Dissolution.