My LLC co-member seems to be operating under the assumption that she is a 60% vote-holder in a two-member LLC, effectively giving her free operational reign and the right to refuse my demands for access to financial and operational information. This belief seems based on a telephone discussion laying down a tentative 60/40 financial split in her favor and a bank account which states she is 60% owner of that account.

In practice, does the Connecticut Limited Liability Company Act require a written Operating Agreement with explicit terms in order to enforce such a belief? I know that the statutory status quo is that all members possess equal rights unless agreed otherwise.