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2013 Florida Statutes

SECTION 0107
Operating agreement; effect on third parties and relationship to records effective on behalf of limited liability company.
F.S. 605.0107
605.0107 Operating agreement; effect on third parties and relationship to records effective on behalf of limited liability company.
(1) An operating agreement may specify that its amendment requires the approval of a person who is not a party to the agreement or upon the satisfaction of a condition. An amendment is ineffective if its adoption does not include the required approval or satisfy the specified condition.
(2) The obligations of a limited liability company and its members to a person in the person’s capacity as a transferee or a person dissociated as a member are governed by the operating agreement. An amendment to the operating agreement made after a person becomes a transferee or is dissociated as a member:
(a) Is effective with regard to a debt, obligation, or other liability of the limited liability company or its members to the person in the person’s capacity as a transferee or person dissociated as a member; and
(b) Is not effective to the extent the amendment imposes a new debt, obligation, or other liability on the transferee or person dissociated as a member.
(3) If a record delivered to the department for filing becomes effective under this chapter and contains a provision that would be ineffective under s. 605.0105(3) or (4)(c) if contained in the operating agreement, the provision is ineffective in the record.
(4) Subject to subsection (3), if a record delivered to the department for filing which has become effective under this chapter but conflicts with a provision of the operating agreement:
(a) The operating agreement prevails as to members, dissociated members, transferees, and managers; and
(b) The record prevails as to other persons to the extent the other persons reasonably rely on the record.
History.s. 2, ch. 2013-180.