2013 Mississippi Code
Title 79 - CORPORATIONS, ASSOCIATIONS, AND PARTNERSHIPS
Chapter 29 - REVISED MISSISSIPPI LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY ACT
Article 7 - ASSIGNMENT OF FINANCIAL INTERESTS
§ 79-29-709 - Powers of personal representative of deceased, incompetent or dissolved member
(1) If a court of competent jurisdiction adjudges a member to be incompetent, the member's personal representative may exercise all rights until such time that the member's competency is regained, including the member's governance rights, on behalf of the member and any power under an operating agreement of an assignee to become a member.
(2) If a member who is an individual dies, a personal representative of the member's estate may exercise all rights for the purpose of settling the estate, including the governance rights that were held by such member at the time of the member's death and any power under an operating agreement of an assignee to become a member.
(3) If a member is a corporation, trust or other entity and such entity is dissolved, terminated or liquidated, the personal representative of the entity may exercise all rights and powers of that member until a successor is established, including the member's governance rights.
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