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Maybe I am confused, but you are asking if you can transfer your 11% of one LLC to 11% ownership in another LLC? That would be like asking if I could take my shares of Microsoft and transfer them so that i now owned shares in Ford instead. The answer, of coruse, is no. An LLC is an entity all to itself just like IBM, Ford, or Phillips. Your LLC might be small, but legally, you cannot just pretend it is a bunch of people who got together.
As for what is the majority vote--whatever the bylaws say. There should be very detailed and deliberate written bylaws which operate the company and tell who gets what, who does what, what to do if this happens, what to do if that happens, etc. etc. If you don't have any by laws, you have a mess on your hands. So, in that case, your directors, or managers (hope you have those) need to get together and come up with something to determine these very important things on running the business.
What do the bylaws say? You can put those share into a trust for your children or whatever, but they are part of the one company. You cannot just make them shares of another company.
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