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Hello and thanks for submitting this question. You do not amend the original Articles. The Operating Agreement, if there is one should have a procedure for admitting new members. Make sure any pre-admission requirements in the LLC Operating Agreement have been met, and check your state's securities laws if a purchase of the membership is involved. If there is no OA, then you and the new member can sign a simple agreement whereby the new member is admitted and the terms of the admission. Afterward, is essential to complete an Operating Agreement. Here is additional information on this subject: (Note: a final symbol( #) in the URL is not highlighted here, so you might have to copy and paste it.)
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