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If both members of an llc are on listed a commerical agreement

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If both members of an llc are on listed a commerical agreement as landlords to rent spaces, do both members of the llc need to sign it to make it valid for the tenant
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Business Law
Expert:  Thomas McJD replied 6 years ago.

Not necessarily. I assume you are subleasing or for some other reason the member signed the commercial agreement as a prerequisite to being able to lease. Either way, who needs to sign depends on the operating agreement for the LLC. Generally a manager would sign any documents regarding business of the LLC. It may be a member managed LLC, unless you're operating agreement sets it up otherwise. If it is member managed, both must sign unless, again, your operating agreement specifies something different.


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Expert:  Thomas McJD replied 6 years ago.

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Customer: replied 6 years ago.

We do not have an operating agreement in place. There are 2 members total with 50%.

Expert:  Thomas McJD replied 6 years ago.
Then you should both sign the lease agreements. Your accept would be appreciated. Thanks.
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