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Section 1776.76 | Relief for dissenting partner.


(A) Unless otherwise provided in writing in the partnership agreement of a constituent domestic partnership, all of the following are entitled to relief as dissenting partners as provided in section 1776.77 of the Revised Code:

(1) Partners of a domestic partnership that is being merged or consolidated into a surviving or new entity, domestic or foreign, pursuant to section 1776.68 or 1776.69 of the Revised Code;

(2) In the case of a merger into a domestic partnership, partners of the surviving domestic partnership who under section 1776.68 of the Revised Code are entitled to vote or act on the adoption of an agreement of merger, but only as to the interests so entitling them to vote or act.

(3) Partners of a domestic partnership that is converting into a converted entity pursuant to section 1776.73 of the Revised Code.

(B) Unless otherwise expressly agreed to in writing, a general partner of any constituent partnership is liable to the partners of the constituent partnership for any amount payable to them pursuant to section 1776.77 of the Revised Code as if the amount payable were an existing liability of the constituent partnership at the time of the merger, consolidation, or conversion.

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