As a single member, you run the show. This section explains your powers (control, administration, management, operation, etc.) and your responsibilities (signing contracts, keeping records, etc.). Yes. The term individual member refers only to the fact that they are 1 owner. There can be as many employees as the owner wants. Some states have statutes that allow a company agreement to limit a director`s personal liability to the company or its members. A lawyer can help you define a limitation of liability approach for managers in your operating documents. Your document is free as part of your one-week membership study. Use our Llc Corporate Agreement for Individual Members to prove that your sole LLC owner is a separate legal entity.