§ 57C‑6‑04. Winding up.
(a) Except as otherwise provided in this Chapter, the articles of organization, or a written operating agreement, the managers shall wind up the limited liability company's affairs following its dissolution. If the dissolved limited liability company has no managers, and provision is not otherwise made in the articles of organization or a written operating agreement, the legal representative of or successor to the last remaining member may wind up the limited liability company's affairs. The court may wind up the limited liability company's affairs, or appoint a person to wind up its affairs, on application of any member, his legal representative, or assignee.
(b) As promptly as reasonably possible following dissolution as is consistent with obtaining the fair market value for the limited liability company's assets, the persons charged with winding up the limited liability company shall collect its assets, dispose of its properties that will not be distributed in kind to its members, discharge or make provision for discharging its liabilities, and distribute its remaining assets as provided in G.S. 57C‑6‑05. The limited liability company shall continue in existence following its dissolution and during its winding up, but shall carry on only that business appropriate to wind up and liquidate its business and affairs.
(c) The dissolution of the limited liability company does not transfer title to its assets, prevent assignment of its member interests, subject its managers to standards of conduct different from those prescribed in Article 3 of this Chapter, change any provisions of its operating agreement except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, prevent commencement of a proceeding by or against the limited liability company in its own name, abate or suspend a proceeding by or against the limited liability company, or terminate the authority of the registered agent of the limited liability company. (1993, c. 354, s. 1; 2001‑387, s. 75.)