We have an LLC that had a state complaint lodged against it in 2017, however the business closed in 2015. The state is trying to issue a ceast and desist and impose restitution orders against the leading member of the LLC stating she was doing business as. Is this not a moot case as there is no business by which to impose a ceast and desist and the managing member of the LLC is not liable to the LLC?
Just because an LLC dissolves doesn't make it or its members immune from actions, most certainly actions by the government. Before you make any decisions regarding not responding to any complaint made by the state you need to take all of the documents to an attorney for review and advice on the best way to respond.
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