Archive: March 7, 2018

Court of Chancery Compels Production of Some, but not all, Books and Records for Plaintiff’s Permitted Purposes

By Scott Waxman and Ernest Simons

In Aloha Power Company, LLC v. Regenesis Power, LLC, the Court of Chancery granted in part and denied in part plaintiff’s action to compel inspection and production of certain books and records pursuant to provisions in the defendant’s operating agreement and the Delaware Limited Liability Company Act.  The Court held that the operating agreement expressly required production of certain books and records without demand for inspection and determined whether there existed a proper purpose for inspection for the remaining demanded books and records.

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