Facts: Two members, 50/50 ownership split. Running under standard NC LLC operating laws.
§ 57C‑6‑02.1. Procedure for judicial dissolution.
(d) In any proceeding brought by a member under G.S. 57C‑6‑02(2)(ii) in which the court determines that dissolution would be appropriate, the court shall not order dissolution if, after the court's determination, the limited liability company elects to purchase the membership interest of the complaining member at its fair value, as determined in accordance with any procedures the court may provide.
Assume dissolution is sought under the above named statute. Does the court only consider the membership votes of the remaining non-complaining members? Otherwise, you'd still be stuck with a deadlock and this statute would appear to be useless.