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The 2010 Florida Statutes(including Special Session A)

Chapter 608
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F.S. 608.43595
608.43595 Limitation on limited liability company payment.
(1) No payment shall be made to a member seeking appraisal rights if, at the time of payment, the limited liability company is unable to meet the distribution standards of s. 608.428. In such event, the member shall, at the member’s option:
(a) Withdraw the notice of intent to assert appraisal rights, which shall in such event be deemed withdrawn with the consent of the limited liability company; or
(b) Retain the status as a claimant against the limited liability company and, if the limited liability company is liquidated, be subordinated to the rights of creditors of the limited liability company but have rights superior to the members not asserting appraisal rights and, if it is not liquidated, retain the right to be paid for the membership interest, which right the limited liability company shall be obliged to satisfy when the restrictions of this section do not apply.
(2) The member shall exercise the option under paragraph (1)(a) or paragraph (1)(b) by written notice filed with the limited liability company within 30 days after the limited liability company has given written notice that the payment for the membership interests cannot be made because of the restrictions of this section. If the member fails to exercise the option, the member shall be deemed to have withdrawn the notice of intent to assert appraisal rights.
History.s. 6, ch. 2005-267.
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