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Rutledge & Thomas Earl Geu, Practical Guide to the Limited Liability Limited Partnership, 1 STATE LIMITED PARTNERSHIP LAWS (Arthur Jacobson et al.
ULPA provides that the general partners will be liable, jointly and severally, for the debts and obligations of the limited partnership unless the limited partnership has elected to be a limited liability limited partnership. See ULPA (2001) [section] 404(a), 6A U.L.A.
Because of the uncertainty created by this decision, clients with multiple-member LLCs may consider converting the LLCs into limited partnerships or limited liability limited partnerships. (25) In the case of law firms, however, Rule 4-8.6 of the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar only allows lawyers to practice law in the form of professional service corporations, professional limited liability companies, sole proprietorships, general partnerships, or limited liability partnerships.
The bottom line is that the Florida Supreme Court created uncertainty for the estate and business planning community that will probably be resolved by the Florida Legislature before court cases make their way back to the appellate courts, and many existing Florida LLCs that do not now provide for separate voting and nonvoting rights may be converted into voting and nonvoting structures, limited partnerships or limited liability limited partnerships, and/or be moved to other jurisdictions by reason of this decision.
For several years now, taxpayers have used a combination of trusts, limited liability companies (LLCs), limited liability partnerships (LLPs) and limited liability limited partnerships (LLLPs) as vehicles for owning property.
Kleinberger (WG&L, 2005), comprehensively and analytically addresses the critical issues facing tax advisers on the formation, operation and dissolution of limited liability companies (LLCs) and other vehicles, such as limited liability partnerships and limited liability limited partnerships. The work examines the state rules on LLCs and their effect on tax planning.
Planning and Using Limited Liability Vehicles: Limited Liability Partnerships, Limited Liability Companies, Limited Partnerships, and Limited Liability Limited Partnerships ALI-ABA, March 1996 1-800-253-6397 (ext.
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