2015 Vermont Statutes
Title 11 - Corporations, Partnerships and Associations
Chapter 25 - Limited Liability Companies
Subchapter 11: LOW-PROFIT LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES
§ 4162 Requirements
§ 4162. Requirements
A limited liability company shall be organized for a business purpose that satisfies, and shall at all times be operated to satisfy, each of the following requirements:
(1) The company:
(A) significantly furthers the accomplishment of one or more charitable or educational purposes within the meaning of 26 U.S.C. § 170(c)(2)(B); and
(B) would not have been formed but for the company's relationship to the accomplishment of charitable or educational purposes.
(2) No significant purpose of the company is the production of income or the appreciation of property; provided, however, that the fact that a person produces significant income or capital appreciation shall not, in the absence of other factors, be conclusive evidence of a significant purpose involving the production of income or the appreciation of property.
(3) No purpose of the company is to accomplish one or more political or legislative purposes within the meaning of 26 U.S.C. § 170(c)(2)(D). (Added 2015, No. 17, § 2.)
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