There is a precious paucity of Delaware decisions that thoroughly and directly address the potential equitable dissolution of an LLC, as compared to a statutory dissolution of an LLC based on the LLC Act, but that situation has been ameliorated by the recent Delaware Court of Chancery decision in SolarReserve CSP Holdings LLC v. Tonopah Solar Energy LLC, C.A. No. 2019-0791-JRS (Del. Ch., Mar. 18, 2020).
This case is noteworthy, in part, because it is only the second decision to both thoroughly and directly address the somewhat esoteric issue of the equitable dissolution of an LLC–other than the Court of Chancery decision styled In re Carlisle Etcetera LLC, 114 A.3d 592 (Del. Ch. 2015). See also, Trusa v. Nepo Chancery decision highlighted on these pages.
Because this writer represents a party in the case, and the appeal period has not yet expired, the only point I want to publicly publish about this case at this time is that it is must reading for anyone interested in the latest iteration of Delaware law on those circumstances when the Court of Chancery, may, or may not, consider equitable dissolution of an LLC when the criteria of the LLC Act cannot be satisfied.