Closely held businesses with more than a single owner should have buy-sell provisions that address what happens on the death or disablility of an owner. These agreeements can also address proposed exit strategies, dispute resolution, managment structure, noncompete agreements, antidilution provisions and valuation methods. The meat of the agreement tends to be the right or obligation to buy or sell an owners interest. Continue reading “Buy-Sell Provisions in LLC Operating Agreements”
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