1. A limited liability company may merge with one or more other constituent organizations
pursuant to this section, sections 489.1003 through 489.1005, and a plan of merger, if all of the following apply:
a. The governing statute of each of the other organizations authorizes the merger.
b. The merger is not prohibited by the law of a jurisdiction that enacted any of the
c. Each of the other organizations complies with its governing statute in effecting
2. A plan of merger must be in a record and must include all of the following:
a. The name and form of each constituent organization.
b. The name and form of the surviving organization and, if the surviving organization
is to be created by the merger, a statement to that effect.
c. The terms and conditions of the merger, including the manner and basis for converting
the interests in each constituent organization into any combination of money, interests
in the surviving organization, and other consideration.
d. If the surviving organization is to be created by the merger, the surviving organization's
organizational documents that are proposed to be in a record.
e. If the surviving organization is not to be created by the merger, any amendments
to be made by the merger to the surviving organization's organizational documents
that are, or are proposed to be, in a record.
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