35-8-405. Records and information. (1) Unless otherwise provided in the articles of organization or a written operating agreement, a limited liability company shall keep at its principal place of business the following:
(a) a current and past list, setting forth the full name and last-known mailing address of each member and manager, if any, set forth in alphabetical order;
(b) a copy of the articles of organization and all amendments to the articles, together with executed copies of any powers of attorney pursuant to which any articles have been executed;
(c) copies of the limited liability company's federal, state, and local income tax returns and financial statements, if any, for the 3 most recent years or, if the returns and statements were not prepared for any reason, copies of the information and statements provided to or that should have been provided to the members to enable them to prepare their federal, state, and local tax returns for the period;
(d) copies of any effective written operating agreements and all amendments and copies of any written operating agreements no longer in effect;
(e) unless provided in writing in an operating agreement:
(i) a writing, if any, setting forth the amount of cash, the agreed value of other property or services contributed by each member, and the times or events upon which any additional contributions agreed to by each member are to be made;
(ii) a writing, if any, stating events that require the limited liability company to be dissolved and its affairs wound up; and
(iii) other writings, if any, prepared pursuant to a requirement in an operating agreement.
(2) (a) A member may, at the member's own expense, inspect and copy any limited liability company record, wherever the record is located, upon reasonable request during ordinary business hours.
(b) A former member and agents or attorneys of a former member must be provided access and the same right to copy records pertaining to the period that the former member was a member.
(3) Members, if the management of the limited liability company is vested in the members, or managers, if management of the limited liability company is vested in the managers, shall render, to the extent the circumstances make it just and reasonable, true and full information of all things affecting the members to any member and to the legal representative of any deceased member or of any member under legal disability.
(4) Failure of the limited liability company to keep or maintain any of the records or information required pursuant to this section may not be grounds for imposing liability on any person for the debts and obligations of the limited liability company.
History: En. Sec. 28, Ch. 120, L. 1993; amd. Sec. 18, Ch. 302, L. 1999.