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Assume an LLC has more than one member, and one member wants to file a civil lawsuit with the LLC as Plaintiff. The lawsuit is contesting a business agreement between the LLC and the Defendant in the lawsuit. In order for the LLC to file the lawsuit:
1. Is a formal meeting or notification of all LLC members required?
2. Is an affirmative vote of the members required in order to proceed?
3. Must all the members consent? If not, must there be a majority in favor of proceeding? What if there are only two members and one wants to sue and one does not?
4. If any or all of the above is required, what proof must the LLC present to the court and to defendants to show that the LLC members have followed the procedures?
Any Civil/Corporate code references would be greatly appreciated!