The ownership of a public limited company is owned by the shareholders of the company. Shareholders in turn appoint directors to manage the affairs of the corporation. As a result, the ownership of a corporation belongs to the shareholders and not to the directors. The transfer of ownership of a corporation can be achieved by transferring shares of the corporation from one person or entity to another. The transfer of shares in a limited liability company is generally more limited than that of a publicly traded company. All shares of a limited liability company generally belong to a family or a small group of persons or entities. Thus, most of the articles of a limited liability company limit the right of a shareholder to transfer the shares of the company to a third party. Therefore, it is important to review the articles of the corporation before proceeding with a transfer of shares.
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