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2014-01-11T12:52:30+01:00
Private limited liability companies are owned by a minimum of two shareholders and a maximum of fifty shareholders while a public limited liability company is owned by a minimum of seven shareholders and there is no maximum limit.
 In private (LLC), shares cannot be transferred without the consent of other shareholders while in public (LLC), shareholders do not take part in the daily running of the business
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