A related test is whether the status of LLC supersedes the law of fraud. To the surprise of many practitioners (especially those in Delaware “dabble”), Delaware`s status does just that: “A limited liability company is not subject to any fraud laws.” Code Ann. tit. 6, 18-101 (7). In theory, it is therefore possible for a Delaware limited liability company to argue that after an oral term of the company`s operating contract, a member is transferred to the ownership of the company on land, or vice versa. (Delaware passed this law to deny a Delaware Supreme Court decision that applied the one-year provision of the Enterprise Agreement Fraud Act. Olson v. Halvorsen, 986 A.2d 1150, 1161 (del. 2009). However, a good name/WMO provision should cover this problem.) The most important criterion is the approach taken by the LLC`s statutes with respect to the NOM/OMM provisions.
Some statutes are intended to aversion to the difficult situation of justice. For example, the Uniform Limited Liability Company Act (2006) (Last Ergonzt 2013) supports the NAME/OMM provisions in two separate sections. Section 105 (a) (4) states that “the enterprise agreement governs . . . means and conditions of the modification of the operating contract. Section 107, point a), it states in a corresponding section: “An enterprise agreement may provide that its modification requires . . . satisfaction with a state. An amendment is inoperative if it is not adopted. comply with the specified condition. In an official commentary, it says: “Because” [a]n enterprise agreement may stipulate that its modification requires . .
. . compliance with a condition, an enterprise agreement may require that any change be made by a letter signed by each member or by a protocol signed by each member.” The status of Delaware LLC has a similar provision. Code Ann. tit. 6, 18-302 (c). A “no oral amendment” (NOM) provision is being passed by a law on fraud by private agreement. The expression and its acronym are false names; if the provision is formulated correctly, it also excludes any tacit changes.