The overall purpose of a company agreement is to set guidelines on how business owners deal professionally with each other with respect to management and operation. Articles of association resemble a company agreement, except that they are used in companies (S-Unternehmen and C) instead of LLCs, and they often have legal requirements as to the information they must contain. The LLC Operating Agreement is the most important LLC document. The LLC Enterprise Agreement is an unregistered document that reflects the agreement between the members of the LLC and that guarantees that the company is subject to its own rules, not the standard rules established by the state. On the other hand, the articles primarily serve as a document submitted to the state to constitute the LLCs and are generally not used to determine how the LLC is managed and managed.