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Can a regular LLC be used to house smaller investors for a

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Can a regular LLC be used to house smaller investors for a close corporation which is limited to 35 investors? The llc would be just one investor?

Yes. An LLC owned by several investor/members can be a shareholder in a corporation . I hope you are using local corporation lawyers to set this up so that you don't run afoul of securities laws there.

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