New York Consolidated Laws, Limited Liability Company Law - LLC § 418. Classes and voting of members

(a) The articles of organization of a limited liability company may provide for classes or groups of members having such relative rights, powers, preferences and limitations as the operating agreement of such limited liability company may provide.  The articles of organization may make provision for the future creation, in the manner provided in the operating agreement, of additional classes of members having such relative rights, powers, preferences and limitations as may from time to time be established pursuant to the operating agreement, including rights, powers, preferences, limitations and duties senior to existing classes of members.  The operating agreement may grant to or withhold from all or one or more classes of members the right to vote upon any matter on the basis of capital contributions, capital commitments or capital accounts or on a per capita, class or other basis.

(b) The operating agreement may set forth provisions relating to notice of the time, place or purpose of any meeting at which any matter is to be voted on by any members, waiver of any such notice, action by consent without a meeting, the establishment of a record date, quorum requirements, voting in person or by proxy or any other matter with respect to the exercise of any such right to vote.

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