§ 29–807.01. Events causing dissolution.
(a) A limited liability company is dissolved, and its activities and affairs shall be wound up, upon the occurrence of any of the following:
(1) An event or circumstance that the operating agreement states causes dissolution;
(2) The consent of all the members;
(3) The passage of 90 consecutive days during which the company has no members, unless:
(A) Consent to admit at least one specified person as a member is given by transferees owning the rights to receive a majority of distributions as transferees at the time the consent is to be effective; and
(B) At least one person becomes a member in accordance with the consent;
(4) On application by a member, the entry by Superior Court of an order dissolving the company on the grounds that:
(A) The conduct of all or substantially all of the company’s activities and affairs is unlawful; or
(B) It is not reasonably practicable to carry on the company’s activities and affairs in conformity with the certificate of organization and the operating agreement.
(5) On application by a member, the entry by Superior Court of an order dissolving the company on the grounds that the managers or those members in control of the company:
(A) Have acted, are acting, or will act in a manner that is illegal or fraudulent; or
(B) Have acted or are acting in a manner that is oppressive and was, is, or will be directly harmful to the applicant.
(6) The signing and filing of a statement of administrative dissolution by the Mayor under § 29-106.02.
(b) In a proceeding brought under subsection (a)(5) of this section, the Superior Court may order a remedy other than dissolution.