This broad language delegates most of LLC`s operations to the enterprise agreement. As explained in our article on Corporate Agreements LLC, each LLC needs an enterprise agreement to provide this internal structure. (e) the enterprise agreement and the statutes can only be amended with the agreement or agreement of all members. 1. Unless otherwise stated in subsection 2, all members of a limited liability company may enter into an enterprise contract that is not required in writing to settle the affairs of the limited liability company and its activities, in addition to the tasks described in this chapter and the relationship between members and businesses. Any contradiction between written agreements and oral enterprise agreements is resolved in favour of the written agreement. Members of a limited liability company may enter into an enterprise agreement before, after or at the time of the submission of the statutes and the enterprise agreement comes into effect on the day of the incorporation of the limited liability company or on any other date provided by the enterprise agreement. Unless otherwise stated in the enterprise agreement, this chapter governs the relationship between members, managers and the limited liability company. An amendment to an LLC enterprise agreement is essential to reflect the company`s current operations as well as the responsibilities and ownership shares of the company`s members. In the absence of any change, the original enterprise agreement is considered a valid contract between the parties and only the conditions set out in this agreement are applied to profit distribution or decision-making in the administration. In this case, new partners are not entitled to assets if the entity is dissolved and partners who have invested additional funds or assets do not receive compensation based on their contributions.
In addition, the former owners could be legally entitled to the share of the assets allocated to them in the original agreement, despite their absence from the company. As of January 1, 2015, the Florida Revised LLC Act (“Revised Act”), Chapter 605, Florida Statutes, regulates all limited liability corporations organized in accordance with Florida law.