Limited liability company

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Limited liability company (better known by its acronym, LLC; hereinafter, LLC) is a legal entity that does not issue stocks, but is owned by one or more members, who are granted limited liability. That means that the members are only liable to the extent of their investments.

Definitions

According to College Accounting: A Practical Approach by Slater (13th edition)‎,

Limited liability company. A form of business organization that is owned by one or more members. Members are only liable to the extent of their investments.

According to Fundamentals of Financial Management by Eugene F. Brigham and Joel F. Houston (15th edition),

Limited liability company. A popular type of organization that is a hybrid between a partnership and a corporation.

According to Management by Robbins and Coulter (14th edition),

Limited liability company. A form of legal organization that's a hybrid between a partnership and a corporation.

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