[CCWG-ACCT] Concept of some form of "independent" member
nigel at channelisles.net
Fri Jul 17 13:11:52 UTC 2015
OK.. this is interesting.
It has the limited liability you previously talked about, agreed. I've
read the section.
But if it has legal personality, it is then a body corporate, and is no
longer "unincorporated", surely?
I'd like you, please, to point me to the section in the statute that
states these kind of associations have legal personality, and construe
it for me, please, since I'm obvious being dim. (It's quite possible we
have different understandings of the term "legal personality" here.)
On 17/07/15 14:06, Greg Shatan wrote:
> Disagree in part. A California UA does have legal personality and does
> have limited liability.
> On Fri, Jul 17, 2015 at 8:58 AM, Nigel Roberts <nigel at channelisles.net
> <mailto:nigel at channelisles.net>> wrote:
> Well, I've looked at the sections of California Law that we have
> been referred to.
> I see nothin in the California law that contradicts what I wrote
> below, with the single exception that, as previously noted,
> California statute adds the gloss of a limited version of limited
> liability to the common-law concept of unincorporated associations.
> Do you not agree that the reality is that a California UA does NOT
> have legal personality but DOES have a form of limited liability
> granted by statute?
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