2010 Georgia Code
TITLE 14 - CORPORATIONS, PARTNERSHIPS, AND ASSOCIATIONS
CHAPTER 11 - LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES
ARTICLE 6 - EVENTS OF DISSOCIATION, WITHDRAWAL, AND DISSOLUTION
§ 14-11-604 - Winding up
. Winding up
(a) Except as otherwise provided in the articles of organization or a written operating agreement, upon dissolution, the members or managers in whom management of the limited liability company was vested prior to dissolution may wind up a dissolved limited liability company's affairs, or, if there are no such members or managers at the time of or at any time after such dissolution, such persons as may be designated by the persons then entitled to receive a majority of all subsequent distributions, if any, from the limited liability company may wind up the limited liability company's affairs. For cause shown, the court may wind up a dissolved limited liability company's affairs on application of any member as to which an event of dissociation has not occurred, any such member's legal representative, or any such member's assignee, or if there is no such member, legal representative, or assignee, on application of any assignee of an interest in the limited liability company.
(b) Except so far as may be appropriate to wind up the limited liability company's affairs or to complete transactions begun but not then finished, dissolution terminates all authority of every person to act for the limited liability company; provided, however, that, prior to the filing of a statement of commencement of winding up, the limited liability company shall be bound to any person who lacks knowledge of the dissolution with respect to any transaction which would bind the limited liability company if dissolution had not taken place.
Graham Syfert - Jacksonville Lawyer