Dictionary of Legal Terms
What is a Severability Clause?
A contractual provision where a contract's legally valid parts remain enforceable despite the presence of invalid or legally unenforceable provisions.
What are “Classes of Interests” in an LLC Operating Agreement?
It’s important to understand your LLC's “Classes of Interests”, since they affect your company's ownership structure and members’ rights.Aug. 20, 2019
5 Key Provisions for Your LLC Operating Agreement
There’s no standard Operating Agreement that will work across the board. Different LLCs will have their needs, but here are some things to consider.Aug. 20, 2019
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