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Completing the empty spaces in your LLC Operating Agreement is crucial for establishing the Company's foundation, ownership, and governance. It ensures all members know their duties, obligations, and financial entitlements. Below, we've outlined a step-by-step process to help you fill out this form, complete with examples to shed light on each section and emphasize the importance of each field:
Imagine you are starting your own business in Tennessee. The first thing you will come up with is the name of your business. In the operating Agreement form, you'll need to fill in the blank space with the name of your LLC. Choosing a unique name that has yet to be used by another business in Tennessee is essential. You can search the Tennessee Secretary of State's business name database to ensure your desired name is available. Remember to include "LLC" or "Limited Liability Company" at the end of the name to signify its legal structure.
Enter the date when all members sign the LLC operating agreement. This date marks the beginning of the Agreement's terms and conditions.
Then, select the appropriate box to show if your LLC has a single or multiple owners (members). If your LLC has just one owner, provide their name and mailing address. For LLCs with multiple owners, supply each owner's name, ownership share, and mailing address.
January 05, 2023
Member #1: Tina Claire, owning 70% of the Company with a mailing address of 1234 Maple Drive, Suite 204, Knoxville, TN 37919
Member #2: Johnny James, owning 30% of the Company with a mailing address of 5678 Cedar Lane, Apartment C, Clarksville, TN 37040
Fill in the name of your LLC and the primary address where your LLC will be conducting its business operations. This address will serve as your Company's official location and may differ from the registered agent's address. Providing this information is essential because it identifies your LLC and its primary location and helps ensure compliance with state requirements for registering your business.
Name: Tennessee Tech Titans, LLC
Principal Place of Business: 1234 Oak Grove Drive, Apt. 3A, Nashville, TN 37214,
Fill in the official date when your LLC is formed. The formation date is when the Articles of Organization were filed with the Tennessee Secretary of State. Filling in this date is crucial since it documents your LLC's official formation date and can be helpful for tax and legal purposes.
Formation Date: December 15, 2022
For single-member LLCs, there's no need to specify the exact amount of capital contributions. However, for multi-member LLCs, fill in the capital contribution amount for each member.Filling in the capital contributions represents each member's initial financial investment in the Company, which can be in the form of cash, property, or services.
Member #1: Tina Claire, with a capital contribution of $7,000.
Member #2: Johnny James with a capital contribution of $3,000.
This blank field is where you would write the name of your LLC. By filling in this field, you indicate that the membership interest is subject to the Operating Agreement and can only be transferred by its provisions. For example, since your LLC's name is "Tennessee Tech Titans, LLC," you would write that in the blank field.
In the following blank field, you should write the date when the Operating Agreement becomes effective. This date is important because it marks the beginning of the Agreement's governing terms for the members. For instance, if your Operating Agreement becomes effective on December 15, 2022, you would write "December 15, 2022."
These blank fields are for each member to sign and date the Operating Agreement. By signing, each member agrees to adhere to the terms and conditions laid out in the document. For example, if you have two members in your LLC, each would sign and date in their respective blank fields. Make sure each member prints their name as well to identify them.
Filling in this field ensures clarity about who signed the document and helps establish each member's identity in case of legal disputes. Using the example above, Johnny James would print his name under his signature, and the same would apply to Tina Claire.
Member's Signature: Tina Claire Date: January 31, 2023
Print Name: Tina Claire
Member's Signature: Johnny James Date: January 31, 2023
Print Name: Johnny James
By carefully filling in these fields, you create a detailed Operating Agreement that promotes a clear understanding of everyone's roles and obligations, paving the way for smooth business operations and reducing the likelihood of future disputes.