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In the state of Texas, can the Company Regulations or the Company

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In the state of Texas, can the Company Regulations or the Company Agreement for a limited liability company require only a majority vote of the members or are there some areas where Texas law requires the unanimous consent or some super-majority of all members?

Thank you for your question. This information is found in the Texas Business Corporation Act:

The Act does not have any requirement that any vote be by more than a majority vote. The Agreement may augment this and require a super majority, but the Act does not require one.

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