(1) Notice under this chapter shall be in writing unless oral notice is reasonable under the circumstances. Notice by electronic transmission is written notice.
(2) Notice may be communicated in person; by mail or other method of delivery; or by telephone, voice mail, email or other electronic means. If these forms of personal notice are impracticable, notice may be communicated by a newspaper of general circulation in the area where published, or by radio, television or other form of public broadcast communication.
(3) Electronically transmitted written notice by a limited liability company to its members or managers, if in a comprehensible form, is effective when electronically transmitted to the member or manager in a manner authorized by the member or manager, as applicable.
(4) Written notice that is not electronically transmitted by a limited liability company to its members or managers, if in a comprehensible form, is effective at the earliest of the following:
(a) When received;
(b) Five (5) days after its deposit in the United States mail, if mailed postpaid and correctly addressed to the recipients shown in the limited liability company's current list of members and managers;
(c) On the date shown on the return receipt, if sent by registered or certified mail, return receipt requested, and the receipt is signed by or on behalf of the addressee.
(5) Oral notice is effective when communicated if communicated in a comprehensible manner.
(6) Any notice permitted or required to be made under this chapter or under the operating agreement may be waived at any time.
(7) A consent transmitted by electronic transmission by a person or by a person authorized to act for the person shall be deemed to be written and signed for purposes of this chapter.
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