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Limited Partnership Limited Liability Partnership Limited Liability Company

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Limited Partnership Limited Liability Partnership Limited Liability Company

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  1. Limited PartnershipLimited Liability PartnershipLimited Liability Company

  2. Limited Partnership A Partnership that has two types of partners a. At least one general partner Manage the partnership and have unlimited liability b. Limited partners No liability for partnership debts beyond investment in partnership

  3. Limited Partnership • Uniform Limited Partnership Act • ULPA • 1916 • Revised Limited Partnership Act • RULPA • 1976, amended 1985, • Revised Limited Partnership Act • 2001

  4. Limited Partnership FORMATION: (RULPA 201) In order for a limited partnership to be formed, a certificate of limited partnership must be delivered to the [Secretary of State] for filing. The certificate must state:

  5. Limited Partnership NAME (RULPA 108) The name of a limited partnership may contain the name of any partner and must contain the phrase “limited partnership” or the abbreviation “L.P.” or “LP” Prior lawprohibited the use of a limited partner’s name in the name of a limited partnership except in unusual circumstances.

  6. NO LIABILITY AS LIMITED PARTNER FOR LIMITED PARTNERSHIP OBLIGATIONS SECTION 303 An obligation of a limited partnership, whether arising in contract, tort, or otherwise, is not the obligation of a limited partner. A limited partner is not personally liable, directly or indirectly, by way of contribution or otherwise, for an obligation of the limited partnership solely by reason of being a limited partner, even if the limited partner participates in the management and control of the limited partnership. (2001) Section 7 of the original Uniform Limited Partnership Act provided that “A limited partner shall not become liable as a general partner [i.e., for the obligations of the limited partnership] unless . . . he takes part in the controlof the business.”

  7. LIABILITY AS LIMITED PARTNER Limited partners remain liable to persons who transact business with the limited partnership reasonably believing, based upon the limited partner's conduct, that the limited partner is a general partner.

  8. Limited Liability Limited Partnership A limited partnership which has elected limited liability status for all of its partners, including general partners.

  9. Limited Partnership Limited partnerships and Limited liability limited partnerships are used primarily in tax shelter ventures such as real estate investment, oil and gas drilling and professional sports.

  10. Limited Liability PartnershipAMENDMENTS TO UNIFORM PARTNERSHIP ACT (1994) SECTION 1002. NAME. The name of a limited liability partnership must end with "Registered Limited Liability Partnership", "Limited Liability Partnership", "R.L.L.P.", "L.L.P.", "RLLP," or "LLP".

  11. Limited Liability Partnership(LLP) In a Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) there is no general partner. All partners are limited partners. (All partners can participate in management) Created for large accounting firms, law firms And other professionals to offer services under an umbrella of limited liability.

  12. UNIFORM LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY ACT (1996) Brings together the best features of all other business forms Owners obtain both a corporate-styled liability shield and the pass-through tax benefits of a partnership.

  13. SECTION 105. NAME. The name of a limited liability company must contain "limited liability company" or "limited company" or the abbreviation "L.L.C.", "LL, "L.C.", or "LC". "Limited" may be abbreviated as "Ltd.", and "company" may be abbreviated as "Co.".

  14. LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY AS LEGAL ENTITY. SECTION 201 A limited liability company is a legal entity distinct from its members.

  15. ORGANIZATION. SECTION 202. One or more persons may organize a limited liability company, consisting of one or more members, by delivering articles of organization to the office of the [Secretary State] for filing.

  16. TAXATION Any person may organize a limited liability company by filing articles of organization. A company may be organized and operated with only one Member. Sole proprietors obtain the benefit of a liability shield. A one-member limited liability company will not be taxed like a corporation or like a partnership since it lacks at least two members. Its operations are reported on the return of its single owner.

  17. LIABILITY OF MEMBERS AND MANAGERS. SECTION 303 The debts, obligations, and liabilities of a limited liability company, whether arising in contract, tort, or otherwise, are solely the debts, obligations, and liabilities of the company. A member or manager is not personally liable for a debt, obligation, or liability of the company solely by reason of being or acting as a member or manager.

  18. MANAGEMENT OF LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY. SECTION 404 In a member-managed company: (1) each member has equal rights in the management and conduct of the company's business; and (2)…..any matter relating to the business of the company may be decided by a majority of the members.

  19. MANAGEMENT In a manager-managed company: (1) each manager has equal rights in the management and conduct of the company's business; (2)….. any matter relating to the business of the company may be exclusively decided by the manager or, if there is more than one manager, by a majority of the managers

  20. MANAGEMENT The only matters of a member or manager-managed company's business requiring the consent of all of the members are: (1) the amendment of the operating agreement under Section 103; (2) the authorization or ratification of acts or transactions under Section 103(b)(2)(ii) which would otherwise violate the duty of loyalty; (3) an amendment to the articles of organization under Section 204; (4) the compromise of an obligation to make a contribution under Section 402(b); (5) the compromise, as among members, of an obligation of a member to make a contribution or return money or other property paid or distributed in violation of this [Act]; (6) the making of interim distributions under Section 405(a), including the redemption of an interest

  21. MANAGEMENT (7) the admission of a new member; (8) the use of the company's property to redeem an interest subject to a charging order; (9) the consent to dissolve the company under Section 801(b)(2); (10) a waiver of the right to have the company's business wound up and the company terminated under Section 802(b) (11) the consent of members to merge with another entity under Section 904(c)(1); and (12) the sale, lease, exchange, or other disposal of all, or substantially all, of the company's property with or without goodwill.

  22. MANAGEMENT Whether a company is member operated or manager operated is set forth in the articles of organization

  23. MANAGEMENT A company will be member-managed unless it is designated as manager-managed under the articles of organization. Absent further designation in the The designation of a limited liability company as either member- or manager-managed is important because it defines who are agents and have the apparent authority to bind the company. In a member-managed company, the members have the agency authority to bind the company. In a manager managed company only the managers have that authority.