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Good afternoon. It depends upon the existing operating agreement. If the existing operating agreement is silent regarding additional amounts needed, then before one party puts in any additional money, the owners need to agree on whether these funds will be treated as capital contributions or loans. If capital contributions, whether the ownership will change and/or the new contributions will be given any preference regarding priority of distributions. If loans, what rate of interest will they bear. If the parties cannot agree, then the one wanting to salvage things should force a dissolution to get the other non-paying party out of the LLC.
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