TYPES OF PROTECTION AND THE IMPORTANCE OF YOUR NEVADA BUSINESS LAWYER
Limited Liability Companies (LLC) (continued)
In Nevada, articles of organization must be filed with the Secretary of State to prove the existence of the LLC. These articles must set forth the name of the LLC, the name and address of each of its members, the name and address of one or more of the managers (if any), a statement setting forth the relative rights, powers and duties of each member, or an indication that the relative rights, duties and powers will be set forth in the operating agreement of the company. In general, the operating agreement need not be filed with the Secretary of State. Prior to making any decision regarding the formation of an LLC we highly recommend that you contact a Nevada business lawyer to ensure that your rights are protected and that the entity you choose best suits your business goals.
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