Members of a limited liability company may set limits on the competence of the officer or manager, including limiting the areas in which a company may conduct transactions, requiring a certain amount of working capital to reduce risk, prohibiting certain types of investments such as publicly traded common shares, or even requiring the company to never sell certain types of products or services such as tobacco. Anything that is legal and that can be entered into a contract is a fair game for an LLC enterprise agreement. Unlike a traditional business, an LLC enterprise agreement should not require that profits and losses be divided by ownership. Special precautions can be taken, for example. B that one investor bears the burden of all losses or another benefits from an incentive premium based on the company`s results. This offers great flexibility, especially for the structuring of hedge funds and family investment companies or family commanders. Because of the flexibility of the LLC structure, owners (known as “members”) of most LLCs adopt what is known as a corporate agreement or limited liability partnership agreement to document the “rules” of the business. The Small Business Administration recommends that enterprise agreements for CTCs contain the percentage of ownership of each member of the LLC; Responsible procedures, voting procedures, rights and procedures; The powers and obligations of leaders; The powers and obligations of the members of the institution; Information on profit and loss distributions; The procedures and dates of the LLC meetings; Buyback procedures Affiliation transfer procedure and how a member`s actions are handled in the event of death. Although the law does not require it, a company`s shareholders often adopt what is called a shareholders` pact. A shareholders` pact addresses issues related to equity ownership, shareholder profitability and other issues that often arise for owners. Shareholder agreements are internal corporate documents that are only used for intra-community relations.

A limited liability company is an effective way for investors to participate in small businesses. An LLC offers the benefits of limited liability of a business with the simplicity of operating a partnership. Both the company`s operators and its investors may be members of an LLC.