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The purpose of the LLC Operating Agreement document is to establish ownership and management of a company or LLC in Kentucky, and to provide guidelines for daily operations and officer responsibilities. It is recommended that each member keep an original copy of the agreement as it is not filed with any government office. To complete the agreement, follow the step-by-step instructions below.
Fill in the blank space with the full name of the LLC being formed. This is essential to establish the legal identity of the company and ensure that all relevant documents and agreements reference the correct entity.
Fill in the date when the agreement is entered into. This helps establish the effective date of the agreement and can be crucial for legal and tax purposes.
Check the appropriate box to indicate whether the LLC has only one member or multiple members. This information is crucial to determine the management structure and distribution of profits and losses within the company. If the company is a Single-Member LLC then fill in the name and mailing address of the sole owner. This information is necessary for contact and identification purposes. If it is a Multi-Member LLC then fill in the names, ownership percentages, and mailing addresses of each member.This information is vital for determining the rights, responsibilities, and profit-sharing proportions of each member within the company.
Enter the LLC's name and the address of its main place of business. This information is necessary for legal and tax reasons and helps identify the company's primary location for operations.
Input the date when the Articles of Organization were filed with the Secretary of State. This date is significant for tax and legal purposes since it signifies the official start of the company's existence.
Provide the names and respective capital contribution amounts for each member. This information is essential for establishing each member's financial interest in the company and determining their share of profits, losses, and liabilities.
Fill in the effective date of the operating agreement and the name of the company if the company is a multi-member LLC. This step is important as it identifies the company and establishes when the Agreement comes into effect.
Each Member should sign on the "Member's Signature" line to demonstrate their agreement and acceptance of the Operating Agreement's terms and conditions, legally binding them to the agreement. Members should also fill in the "Date" field with the date they signed the Operating Agreement, showing their agreement to the specified terms and conditions.
Lastly, each member should print their name on the "Print Name" line, ensuring clear identification and eliminating any confusion concerning their identity.
By completing these empty fields, you confirm that the operating agreement accurately represents the LLC's formation, structure, and operations. This information is essential for legal and tax purposes and aids in defining the rights, responsibilities, and profit-sharing arrangements among the members.