2010 California Code
Article 6. Dissolution
18410. An unincorporated association may be dissolved by any of the following methods: (a) If the association's governing documents provide a method for dissolution, by that method. (b) If the association's governing documents do not provide a method for dissolution, by the affirmative vote of a majority of the voting power of the association. (c) If the association's operations have been discontinued for at least three years, by the board or, if the association has no incumbent board, by the members of its last preceding incumbent board. (d) If the association's operations have been discontinued, by court order. 18420. Promptly after commencement of dissolution of an unincorporated association, the board or, if none, the members shall promptly wind up the affairs of the association, pay or provide for its known debts or liabilities, collect any amounts due to it, take any other action as is necessary or appropriate for winding up, settling, and liquidating its affairs, and dispose of its assets as provided in Section 18130.
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