Voluntary withdrawal of member
(1) A member may voluntarily withdraw from a limited liability company:
(a) At the time or upon the occurrence of events specified in the articles of organization or any operating agreement; or
(b) Upon not less than six months’ prior written notice to the limited liability company, unless the articles of organization or any operating agreement expressly provide that a member has no power to withdraw voluntarily from the limited liability company or otherwise expressly limit or condition such power.
(2) If a member with the power to withdraw voluntarily from a limited liability company exercises that power, but the withdrawal is in breach of any provision of the articles of organization or any operating agreement, then, unless otherwise provided in the articles of organization or any operating agreement, the limited liability company, in addition to any other remedy available at law or in equity, may recover from the withdrawing member damages incurred by the limited liability company as a result of the breach and may offset the damages against any amounts otherwise distributable or payable to the withdrawing member.
(3) Unless otherwise provided in the articles of organization or any operating agreement, in the case of a limited liability company for a definite term or particular undertaking, a voluntary withdrawal by a member before the expiration of that term or completion of that undertaking is a breach of the applicable articles of organization or any operating agreement. [1993 c.173 §41; 1995 c.93 §9; 1997 c.646 §3]
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