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You can answer for yourself, but you must have an attorney represent the LLC. This is a difficult issue, since, your answer may be identical to that which would be presented for the LLC. However, if you sign on behalf of the LLC, the plaintiff can file a motion to strike your complaint as the unauthorized practice of law, and the court would be forced to oblige. So, if you intend to answer for yourself, make sure that your complaint clearly expresses the fact that you are only representing yourself in your individual capacity.
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If your lease is in the name of the LLC, and you are a personal guarantor, then only the LLC would answer. If the lease shows both you and the LLC as cotenants, then you would both have to answer.
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