2016 Georgia Code
Title 14 - Corporations, Partnerships, and Associations
Chapter 11 - Limited Liability Companies
Article 3 - Agency; Management; Duties; Liability
§ 14-11-313. Records and information

GA Code § 14-11-313 (2016) What's This?

Except as otherwise provided in the articles of organization or a written operating agreement:

(1) Each limited liability company shall keep at its principal office the following:

(A) A current list of the name and last known address of each member and manager;

(B) Copies of records that would enable a member to determine the relative voting rights, if any, of the members;

(C) A copy of the articles of organization, together with any amendments thereto;

(D) Copies of the limited liability company's federal, state, and local income tax returns, if any, for the three most recent years;

(E) A copy of any operating agreement that is in writing, together with any amendments thereto; and

(F) Copies of financial statements, if any, of the limited liability company for the three most recent years;

(2) A member may:

(A) At the member's own expense, inspect and copy any limited liability company record upon reasonable request during ordinary business hours;

(B) Obtain from time to time upon reasonable demand:

(i) True and complete information regarding the state of the business and financial condition of the limited liability company;

(ii) Promptly after becoming available, a copy of the limited liability company's federal, state, and local income tax returns, if any, for each year; and

(iii) Other information regarding the affairs of the limited liability company as is just and reasonable; and

(3) If the limited liability company refuses to permit the inspection authorized by paragraph (2) of this Code section, the member demanding inspection may apply to the superior court for the county in which the registered office of the limited liability company is located, upon such notice as the court may require, for an order directing the limited liability company to show cause why an order permitting such inspection by the applicant should not be granted. The court shall hear the parties summarily, by affidavit or otherwise, and if the limited liability company fails to establish that the applicant is not entitled to such inspection, the court shall grant an order permitting such inspection, subject to any limitations which the court may prescribe, and grant such other relief, including costs and reasonable attorneys' fees, as the court may deem just and proper.

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