The test for dissolution of an LLC includes whether its purpose as defined in the LLC agreement is no longer achievable. This week’s New York Business Divorce looks at cases, including a Delaware Chancery Court decision released days ago, in which courts have looked outside the agreement to determine the LLC’s purpose.
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This week’s New York Business Divorce features brief summaries of a handful of noteworthy court decisions that escaped my attention last year, including a pair of decisions involving deadlock and oppressed minority shareholder disputes, and another pair of decisions involving receivership applications.
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The purpose clause in an LLC’s operating agreement can be an important factor in judicial dissolution cases, as illustrated in Justice Denise Sher’s recent decision in Vella v. JP&F Realty Holdings, LLC. This week’s New York Business Divorce has the story.
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