The following section appears in an LLC operating agreement. Need help interpreting liability.
The Members (MBR) acknowledge that certain of the Mbrs or their affiliates, parents, or family mbrs, may be called upon to personally guarantee obligations of the Company. The Mbrs may be called upon to personally guarantee loans from banks and other credit facilities for the Company. Notwithstanding that such personal guarantees to third party creditors may provide for joint and several liability of the persons executing the same, it is agreed as between the Mbrs, that each Mbr shall be responsible for his proportionate share of any Company liabilities which may be guaranteed by other Mbrs, or by himself, up to the amount of such liability or liabilities multiplied by his Percentage Equity Interest, as set forth in Schedule “A” attached hereto. To the extent a Mbr pays more than his Percentage Equity Interest as applied to such guaranteed liability, he shall have a right to indemnification from the other Mbrs for their respective shares of such guaranteed liability. This indemnification right shall include any attorneys’ fees and costs incurred by a Mbr in enforcing this indemnification agreement as against any other Mbr or Mbrs.