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Court Of Chancery Interprets LLC Consent Rights
The LLC statute, like the DGCL, permits the operating agreement to bar member action by written consent. Here the plaintiff argued that such an agreement's fairly common provisions dealing with how members were entitled to vote at a meeting also precluded member action by written consent. The Court held that any such prohibition must be clearly set out in the operating agreement and not merely implied. Hence, the written consents were upheld.