In a member-run LLC, where both members are husband and wife (and are a qualified joint venture), I saw elsewhere on this site that “members” should be listed on a line as “Jack and Jill Doe.” Should it be the same on company agreement signatures (i.e. on the same line) or on separate lines? Thank you for all this information!! A company agreement is not subject to any governmental authority. It is a purely internal document. However, if you open a bank account, some banks will ask them to look at your business agreement. An executive-run Texas LLC is that one or a few designated individuals (called “managers”) have the ability to engage the LLC in contracts and agreements.