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In Oregon, do all members of a partnership have an equal vote?

1 Answers. Asked on Jul 12th, 2017 on Business Law - Oregon
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Or is it based on amount invested?
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Answered on Jul 14th, 2017 at 10:04 AM

I'm not admitted to practice in Oregon, but everywhere that I practice, the voting rights of partners in general partnerships (as opposed to limited partnerships, llc's, corporations, etc.) are whatever they agreed upon.  There is no requirement that partners have equal voting rights, nor that the largest investor have the largest vote.  If there is no agreement, each partner has an equal vote.

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