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(1) A plan of domestication of a domestic domesticating limited liability company is not effective unless it has been approved:
(a) by all the members entitled to vote on or consent to any matter; and
(b) in a record, by each member that will have interest holder liability for debts, obligations, and other liabilities that arise after the domestication becomes effective, unless:
(i) the operating agreement of the entity in a record provides for the approval of a domestication or merger in which some or all of its members become subject to interest holder liability by the vote or consent of fewer than all the members; and
(ii) the member voted for or consented in a record to that provision of the operating agreement or became an interest holder after the adoption of that provision.
(2) A domestication of a foreign domesticating limited liability company is not effective unless it is approved in accordance with the law of the foreign limited liability company's jurisdiction of formation.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Utah Code Title 48. Partnership--Unincorporated Business Entities § 48-3a-1053. Approval of domestication - last updated May 05, 2022 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ut/title-48-partnership-unincorporated-business-entities/ut-code-sect-48-3a-1053/
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