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a straight corporate setup with shares etc.  LLC just simplifies the paperwork perhaps.  

There are plenty of corporations with 2 classes of shares -- some voting, some non voting.  Ford Motor is the biggest example I can think of.  The Fords only own about 10% of the company, but have a much greater piece of the voting stock.

Not dissing LLCs as much as failing to see the big advantage in re-labeling.

by HiD on Mon Mar 26th, 2007 at 09:49:47 PM EST
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