1. Unless otherwise stated in subsection 2, all members of a limited liability company may enter into an enterprise contract that is not required in writing to settle the affairs of the limited liability company and its activities, in addition to the tasks described in this chapter and the relationship between members and businesses. Any contradiction between written agreements and oral enterprise agreements is resolved in favour of the written agreement. Members of a limited liability company may enter into an enterprise agreement before, after or at the time of the submission of the statutes and the enterprise agreement comes into effect on the day of the incorporation of the limited liability company or on any other date provided by the enterprise agreement. Unless otherwise stated in the enterprise agreement, this chapter governs the relationship between members, managers and the limited liability company. Deportation or legal dissociation in Florida is usually for breach of the duty of loyalty or diligence and only by agreement or legal process. However, the removal of deportation is an important task, with many complex legal and factual obstacles. Further evidence that it makes no sense not to have a written and in-depth business agreement, the Florida LLC Act is very restrictive on the process of expelling or withdrawing a member without dissolving the business. Under the amendments to the LLC Act of 1999, the termination of membership by the withdrawal or expulsion of a member does not result in the automatic dissolution of the LLC. However, it is necessary to initiate legal proceedings, with concrete factual findings with respect to reprehensible behaviour, in order to oust the member.
Therefore, in the absence of an enterprise agreement with an acceptable point clause or exit strategy, there are no express non-judicial provisions within Fla. Stat. Chapter 608 on the continuation of the operation as soon as a member has committed an act of expulsion or dissociation. If the members of the company wish to continue the operation and have not codified the designation in the enterprise agreement, it is best to find a diplomatic way to compensate the displaced member and obtain the necessary releases in order to sue the company under the same nomenclature and avoid costly legal costs. Authorization in most LCs requires the agreement of the majority for the implementation of corporate affairs. To the extent that a member transfers or sells assets, most enterprise agreements must be subject to prior written consent for the collateral or transfer or transfer of essential assets of the business or a fault of the entity that is not in normal activity. In the end, the unscrupulous member may have breached contractual and legal obligations that prohibit self-action and improper accounting. Although each enterprise agreement is different, there are several common clauses and issues defined in a typical enterprise agreement. These common clauses are in effect because there are volumes of cases that are being sued on the underlying issues that they plan to deal with by contract.
For example, a frequent dispute among LLCs members is about unauthorized business expenses for personal use.