New Jersey Partnership Dispute: Right of Dissociation
One important legal right that you need to know about when faced with dispute in a New Jersey limited liability company (LLC) is New Jersey's Dissociation Statute. This statute is applicable if you meet certain criteria and can demonstrate that your member is violating his/her obligations and is causing economic harm to you and your other partners you have a right to file a lawsuit against the offending partner and seek the remedy of dissolution.
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For additional information about Partnership Disputes in New Jersey, we recommend reading:
"The New York and New Jersey Partnership Dispute Guide"
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