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I am not a signer on the company bank account. The bank account is in the LCC company's name, not a person's name.
I am one of 2 members on the board of directors with equal voting rights. Decisions require a vote of 2-0.
The LCC has 2 owners, me and Mr. 'A'. He is a signer, and probably his girlfriend (I don't think they are actually legally marrried). He is CEO of the company. I am a 'manager'.
I have put a lot of money in the company as main investor, yet I can't see where it is going. I moved to Nevada 3 months ago to try to save the company, so I am a Nevada resident.
My concern is saving the company and realizing its tremendous potential. Past monetary 'indiscretions' can be remedied, but he will have to sign an agreement for this to happen, making me co. CFO responsible for all accounting and reporting with immediate full access to all financial transaction history, and with my approval required for all financial expenditures.
We'll see if he'll sign. Otherwise, there will be no co. and I'll be out a ton of money.
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