The Missouri single-member LLC operating agreement is a legal document intended for the single owner of a limited liability company. The agreement enables the owner to plan out and record the internal operations of the business. It also lets them separate their personal property from the business’s obligations, enumerate rights and duties of the managers, establish who may act on the company’s behalf, and more. Missouri law requires LLC owners to complete an operating agreement.
How to Write
Step 1 – Download the form and complete the first page as follows:
- Header – Enter the entity’s full name.
- Intro Area – Write the date of the agreement, the company’s name again, and the owner’s full name.
Step 2 – Enter this information into each section:
- Section 1 – Write the name of the company and the day, month, and year when the company’s articles of incorporation were filed.
- Section 2 – Enter a brief summary of the company’s business.
- Section 9 – Write the single owner’s name here. This establishes him or her as the only authority who may act in the LLC’s name.
Step 3 – At the end, enter the company’s name once more. The owner must sign and print his or her name below this. If you wish, you can then obtain a notary public to complete the remaining section.