Good evening. It depends upon your agreement and how the entity is structured. If the restaurant is structured as a limited liability entity, such as a corporation, limited partnership, or limited liability company, then unless you agreed in the operating or partnership agreement to be obligated to contribute additional money, then you can not be required to make additional contributions. If the restaurant is structured as a general partnership and you are a general partner, then you are obligated for the partnership's debts.
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