Residents of a subdivision were entitled to injunctive relief enjoining the operators of a day-care business from operating the day-care business out of their residence in the subdivision, because the operation of the day-care business violated the protective covenants governing properties in the subdivision and the covenants were not abandoned.
An LLC member could not unilaterally adjust members’ ownership interests because (1) the LLC’s operating agreement said a manager managed it, and (2) Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 17-29-407(c)(iv)(C) (2011) said all members’ consent was required to do any act outside the ordinary course of the company’s acts, including adjusting members’ ownership interests.
Sole member of a limited liability company (LLC) was held liable for the LLC’s contractual obligations because piercing the LLC’s veil was appropriate under Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 17-29-304; the court looked to undercapitalization and the intermingling of business and finances.