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This is considered theft from the LLC and the LLC has to file a complaint with the DA and the LLC would have to sue him for reimbursement to the LLC. Unfortunately, under Texas law an LLC is considered a separate person who can sue or be sued, which means that an owner/member of an LLC cannot represent the LLC in court and the LLC must be represented by an attorney or it would be considered unauthorized practice of law.
You as a member of the LLC can file charges with the DA for theft against your partner, but when it comes to suing, you would need a Texas attorney to represent the LLC and sue him for reimbursement.
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