Represent Ownership in LLC
LLC Membership Certificate
Membership Certificates is a document that provides proof of a member’s ownership of the LLC. Call us to order. We’re available from Mon-Fri 9 am to 6 pm EST.
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Issue membership interest of your LLC to raise capital from investors. Membership certificates can clearly state membership interest restrictions that are enforceable.
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A Membership Certificate is a document that represents a member’s ownership interest in a LLC. Membership Certificates will include information such as the number of shares owned, the date, an identification number, and company Name.
Membership Certificates Include:
- High Quality Security Bond Paper
- Personalized with Company Name
- State of Formation
- Officer or Signatory Titles
- Unique Number Sequence
- Stub Sheets
A membership certificate may not be required by law. However, it can be used when issuing membership interest of your LLC to raise capital from investors. Membership certificates can clearly state membership interest restrictions that are enforceable.
Member Certificates can include the following information: Company name, Date and state of the LLC’s formation, issue date, certificate number, member name, member’s investment, the number of units or percentage of ownership issued, number of members, statement of benefits or rights, transfer restrictions, reverse vesting provisions, buy-sell provisions, authorized member signatures
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