Limited liability partnerships: members' interests

A note on the law and practice relevant to limited liability partnership (LLP) members' shares or interests in the LLP, including whether such shares or interests can be transferred to others, granting options, drag along, tag along and other aspects of dealing with interests in an LLP as well as the LLP purchasing an interest from a member.

Jeremy Callman, Ten Old Square, Aster Crawshaw, Addleshaw Goddard LLP, and Practical Law Corporate

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