The Connecticut single member operating agreement is a legal document that states the ownership and company bylaws. It is usually written after an LLC has been created with the Secretary of State.
The single member agreement is mainly recommended to show to any third (3rd) party that the LLC is a legal entity to further protect the owner’s personal assets. The agreement should detail the company’s
- Tax Information (EIN Numbers, Social Security of Member, etc.)
- Member Information and percentage of ownership
- Registered Agent
- Formation Date
- Mailing Addresses – Including Principal Office, and Registered Agent’s
The owner of the company may choose to write any other information or terms in the operating agreement.