Delaware Court Finds That Operating Agreement Language Did Not Preempt Action by Written Consent Permitted by Statute

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On May 29, 2012, the Delaware Court of Chancery issued a decision in a case that concerned whether the language in the operating agreement of a limited liability company (LLC) prescribed the sole manner by which the LLC's members could vote, preempting the statutory default provisions that allow for action by written consent.

 


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