(j) `foreign limited liability company` means a legal person without its own legal personality, founded under the law of a court other than that State and designated under that law as a limited liability company. (t) “organisation”, whether in Switzerland or abroad, a general or limited liability company, a limited liability company, an association, a capital company, a professional company, a professional association, a non-profit company, a business trust or a legal business trust with an applicable status. (v) “person” means an individual, partnership, limited partnership, trust, trust, trust, including, but not limited to, a trust described in section 9 (from section 15000) of the Estate Act, an estate, an association, a company, a limited liability company or any other legal person, whether in Switzerland or abroad. Nothing in this subdivision shall be construed to confer rights in accordance with the California Constitution or the Constitution of the United States. (d) unless subdivisions (c) and subdivisions (e) to (g) are provided for, the effects of the provisions of this Title may be modified by the company agreement between the members or between the members and the limited liability company; however, provided that the provisions of sections 17701.13, 17703.01 and 17704.08 and subdivisions (f) to (r) including and (u) to (w), including, section 17704.07, may be amended only by a written enterprise agreement. Notwithstanding the first sentence of this subdivision and in addition to the matters referred to in subsection (c), the company agreement may not contain any of the following conditions: the creation of a new organization is a difficult undertaking. If you have no idea where to start, it`s a good idea to get professional help. In general, when creating a new business entity, you should check the state law for the state in which you are creating it. If you are considering setting up a company, some states have a registration requirement or a minimum number of directors. When creating an S Corp, the articles of association contain details and definitions of how the company will manage and manage its business. The statutes do not have to be submitted to the State, but it is always a document prescribed by law. Statutes are also the final word on how legal conflicts or problems occur. (5) Subject to subdivisions (d) to (g) including, the contractual obligation of good faith and good faith referred to in section (d) of section 17704.09, but the company agreement may prescribe the standards by which compliance with the obligation shall be judged if the standards are not manifestly inappropriate, as stipulated at the time the standards are set.
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