Yes we have an operating agreement.
The managers shall have the power and authority, on behalf of the company to (a) purchase, lease or otherwise acquire from, or sell, lease or otherwise dispose of to, any Person any property in the ordinary course of business, provided however, that the sale, exchange, lease, pledge, mortgage or granting of a security interest in any of the assets of the company other than in the ordinary course of its business must be approved by vote of the members in accordance with section 3.7, open bank accounts and otherwise invest the funds of the company, (c) purchase insurance etc. I don't see anything about firing an employee . Under the normal course of business its not unanimous. Plus she has access to the ofice where documents are held and i don't think its a good idea because she can harm the company if things get sour with Him.
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