611.06(g) Signature by Limited Liability Company
A limited liability company ("LLC") has attributes of both a corporation and a partnership. See TMEP §803.03(h). Generally, a signatory identified as "manager," "member," "principal," or "owner" may be presumed to have the authority to sign on behalf of a domestic or foreign limited liability company. In addition, anyone with a corporate-officer-type title, such as "President" or "Chief Executive Officer," may sign.