Free Waiver of Notice for Initial Member Meeting

The members of an LLC can choose to waive the notice period leading up to an initial member meeting in writing with a Waiver of Notice of Initial Member Meeting.

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Once a business files the certificate of formation with state authorities to establish an LLC, the LLC members hold an initial organizational meeting to complete its formation. Before that meeting occurs, each member should be notified in advance and the meeting scheduled after the notification period.

If it would be beneficial to the LLC or the members to forgo the notification period and expedite the holding of the meeting, the members can all consent to do so with a Waiver of Notice of Initial Member Meeting. Even if the members informally agree to hold a meeting without notice, it's essential to sign a waiver of notice to avoid future misunderstandings.

What Is a Waiver of Notice of Initial Member Meeting?

A Waiver of Notice of Initial Member Meeting is a legally-binding document committing the signatories to opt-out of the typical notice period required before an initial organizational meeting occurs for a limited liability company. Typically, such a meeting follows a notice period, as stated in state regulations or the LLC's bylaws. A waiver annuls the notice period for that particular meeting.

Without the agreement of all shareholders or officers whose presence is required at the organizational meeting or their subsequent agreement to the decisions, the meeting will not be valid. In many cases, the initial meeting is only a matter of formality. A Waiver of Notice of Initial Member Meeting is an excellent way to expedite the process of an LLC's formation.

Other Names for Waiver of Notice of Initial Member Meeting

Depending on your state, a Waiver of Notice of Initial Member Meeting may also be known as:

  • Initial Member Meeting Notice Waiver

  • LLC Organizational Meeting Notice Waiver

  • Waiver of Notice of LLC Organizational Meeting

Who Needs a Waiver of Notice of Initial Member Meeting

Primarily, LLCs wanting to quickly finalize the formalities involved in starting the company use a Waiver of Notice of Initial Member Meeting. Once the waiver is executed, the meeting can take place immediately without further delays.

Furthermore, members of an LLC who don't want or need to be heavily involved in the formation process request a waiver to reduce the amount of paperwork they receive. Without a waiver, each member must receive a formal notice for the meeting before it takes place that requires their approval.

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What Information Will I Need to Create a Waiver of Notice of Initial Member Meeting

To create your document, please provide:

  • Governing State: The state whose laws govern the terms of the Waiver of Notice of Initial Directors Meeting.

  • Date: The date when the waiver of notice is executed.

  • Company Information: The name and address of the LLC holding the meeting.

  • State of Formation: The state where organizational documents for the LLC were filed.

  • Members: Choose whether all members execute the waiver and provide the full name and address of each member along with an authorized representative of the member if applicable.

  • Meeting Details: The date, time, and location of the planned organizational meeting.

Waiver of Notice of Initial Member Meeting Terms

  • Operating Agreement: A document outlining the rules and internal bylaws of a limited liability company as agreed by the members

  • Articles of Organization: A document describing the necessary details about a company as required by state regulations and filed with state authorities to prove the company's existence

  • Membership Interest: An LLC member's share of the profits and losses of the company

  • Waive Notice: An agreement for specific legal procedures to happen without giving formal notification to the participants that would otherwise be needed

  • Adjourn: To formally end a meeting

Waiver of Notice of Initial Member Meeting Signing Requirements

To be legally valid, the Waiver of Notice of Initial Directors Meeting needs to be signed by all the members present at the meeting and waiving their right to a formal notice. The signatures do not need to be notarized or witnessed. However, it's a good idea to sign it in the presence of a notary public since any business conducted at the initial organizational meeting could be invalidated if the waiver is successfully challenged at a later date.

What to Do with Your Waiver of Notice of Initial Member Meeting

Once signed, filed a copy of the Waiver of Notice of Initial Member Meeting with any other company records. It's recommended to keep the Waiver of Notice of Initial Member Meeting and similar documents for at least seven years (or for the company's entire lifetime if possible). Distribute a signed copy to each of the members who sign the waiver for their records.

The Waiver of Notice of Initial Member Meeting does not need to be filed with any state or federal authority or recorder.

Frequently Asked Questions

While every LLC will need to address specific issues germane to its operations, there are some common points that are usually addressed:

  • Members formally approve the certificate of formation

  • Any state and local licenses are obtained and signed

  • Members elect a designated representative to communicate with the state on tax matters

  • Each member’s capital contributions are verified

  • Members select a bank for the LLC and approve the opening of an account

  • If professional services are retained, such as a CPA, they are reported in the minutes of the meeting

Typically, no. Once the waiver is signed by all the members, the LLC will not issue notices at all and there is no notice period. However, with the approval of the other members of the LLC, the time and date of the meeting can be postponed under the right circumstances.

Whenever the members of an LLC meet to discuss important business decisions, each member needs to be notified in advance. Waivers of notice for organizational meetings can be used to expedite that notice period if it is necessary or conducive to the operational success of the company.

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