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What percentage of votes of LLC members is required to liquidate LLC assets will be controlled by the operating agreement of the LLC. If there is no operating agreement, then FL state statute concerning the same would control. That law would allow a majority to take the desired action.
So you know what the Florida state statute is in this situation. We do not have an operating agreement.
Are you looking for a specific citation to the statute?
I am wanting a concrete answer to my question. If there is no operating agreement is the Florida statute on selling asset with an LLC a majority rules situation?
As noted in my answer, yes, majority controls where there is no operating agreement and statute controls.
Here is the statute:
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