Note that the improp­er fil­ing of these doc­u­ments may result in delays. In order to sup­port the prop­er struc­ture and pre­sen­ta­tion of these gov­er­nance doc­u­ments, it is rec­om­mend­ed to hire a lawyer. A com­pa­ny agree­ment is an impor­tant doc­u­ment, even for an LLC with a sin­gle mem­ber (called a sin­gle-mem­ber-LLC). No state requires you to sub­mit your enter­prise agree­ment to the state, but sev­er­al states require you to estab­lish a com­pa­ny agree­ment for your reg­is­tra­tions. For exam­ple, lim­it­ed lia­bil­i­ty com­pa­nies rely on com­pa­ny agree­ments for pur­pos­es oth­er than the com­pa­nies that use their arti­cles. Com­pa­ny agree­ments are more com­pre­hen­sive in describ­ing man­age­ment plans, vot­ing rights and prof­it and loss allowances. For com­pa­nies, these essen­tial points are defined in the company‘s statutes and not in the statutes.…