RS 12:514     

§514.  Grounds for involuntary dissolution

A.  An unincorporated association may be dissolved and its assets liquidated by a court-appointed liquidator when any of the following occurs:

(1)  The association's property has been abandoned for a period of at least one year.

(2)  By failure of the members for a period of at least one year to elect officers or directors, or the failure of the directors or officers for a period of at least one year to serve, so that there is no one authorized to take charge of or conduct its affairs.

(3)  The objects of the association have wholly failed, or are entirely abandoned, or their accomplishment is impracticable.

(4)  The officers or directors have been deadlocked for a period of at least one year in the management of the association's affairs, and the members are unable to break the deadlock.

B.  The qualifications and duties of the liquidator shall be the same as those of a court-appointed liquidator of a nonprofit corporation, as set forth in R.S. 12:252.

Acts 2008, No. 877, §1.