What is the Owner of an LLC Called?
The owner of a limited liability company ("LLC") is called a "member". Making a comparison to corporations, owners of corporations are known as shareholders while members of LLC's are called "members". The rights between LLC members are governed by a "member operating agreement" which is similar to the "shareholder agreement" for corporations.
The officers that run and operate an LLC are referred to and known as "managers".
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