I have received two contradictory answers above. However, no indication is made as to whether or not voting rights are defined. Beyond the individual opinion, is there a clause in the law, judgment or such precedent, which can be cited as a clear legal basis, to say that (a) voting rights can be defined in an LLP agreement in any proportion between the partners or (b) that voting rights cannot be defined in an LLP agreement and that each partner has only one vote? The shareholders of the limited partnerships decide on the voting rights of the limited partners. They may limit sponsors` voting rights to the selection of topics or allow them to vote on all business matters. The complements also decide the power that the voice of a sponsor represents. For example, limited partners may have voting rights corresponding to percentages of their ownership shares, which are divided equally by the number of partners or by some other method. The conditions of voting rights are usually set out in the company`s operating agreement. 1. Since the LLP is primarily a matter of the Articles of Association, it must be guided by the terms of the contract. Each limited partnership and standard partnership must have one or more general partners. All associates of a standard partnership are general.
This is often the case for professional practices in engineering, law, accounting and medicine. The partnership agreement should anticipate the possibility of blocking votes and set out provisions to break the deadlock. Associated partners, general and senior, each with their own voting and financial rights. . . .