What happens to the general partner (in this instance, an LLC) when a limited partnership is converted into an LLC?
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Re: Corporate Restructuring
Based on the information in your question, it appears that nothing happens to the general partner itself. However, the general partner's partnership is converted into a membership interest in an LLC.
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