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The LLC is in a deficit position. Two of the partners have no money. The LLC is
in a lawsuit with the other partner for his actions which have caused the demise of the LLC. I am trying to keep it going and bring our product back stateside for manufacture and this is why I have spent so much money. The partner who we are suing still has signatory obligations to our bank for loans but we are willing to stop the lawsuit in return for his percentage of the company and because he refuses to put any more money into the company to help recoup our losses
I couldn't cut and paste the section from our operating agreement, so I uploaded the document .. can you go to the section on contributions - Article VIII
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