By: Martin M. Shenkman, CPA, MBA, JD
Most types of entities, LLCs included, specify in the documents they file when formed (Certificate of Formation or Articles of Organization for an LLC) a person upon whom notice should be given (served) in the event of a lawsuit or other matter. This designated person is often called a Registered Agent. Be careful that if the person named moves to a new address, or is no longer appropriate (e.g. he or she is no longer a Member, etc.), that you file a Certificate of Amendment to change the designation.
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