limited liability company

(redirected from Limited liability corporation)
Also found in: Legal, Financial, Acronyms.
Related to Limited liability corporation: Limited liability partnership

limited liability company

n. Abbr. LLC
A company managed by members or elected managers, like a partnership, but with the liability of the members limited to the amount of capital they have invested in the business.
References in periodicals archive ?
The Polen family, through a limited liability corporation called Polen Futures, has owned the five tax lots that make up the Olympic Street property for seven years.
MWV has formed a limited liability corporation that will combine the business assets of its Corrosion Technology Group with those of Bioclimatic, Inc.
JT3 is a limited liability corporation formed by EG&G Technical Services and Raytheon Technical Services Co.
Changing the legal entity of the health club or the law firm to an S corporation, limited liability corporation or partnership would also not change the outcome, unless Temp.
The Access Alliance - which began as a joint venture and is now in the process of becoming a limited liability corporation - consists of approximately 30 nursing homes owned by Health Dimensions and 50 nursing homes owned by the Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society in Minnesota.
a Florida Limited Liability Corporation, and Liquor Group Michigan, LLC.
The Tranchida Building, owned by Richard Tranchida, was sold to 47 Main Street LLC, a limited liability corporation created by Daniel Diaz of Queens, N.
Special purpose entities are any type of corporate entity, such as a limited liability corporation or limited partnership, created for a specific transaction or business that is usually unrelated to a company's main business.
The casino and hotel is a limited liability corporation composed of two members, rather than shareholders.
Concepta Services is a Limited Liability Corporation that intends to facilitate placement of high-capacity property and business interruption coverage limits for U.

Full browser ?