Thank you for the additional information.
A c corp may be a member of an LLC provided the bylaws
do not prohibit.
There could be tax consequences for contributed property to the LLC to the extent the shareholders
between the two corps. When property changes ownership you could incur capital
gains liability. The gain may be disregarded where the ownership of the LLC and the corp is essentially the same, but this is not the situation you describe.
Of course, you will want to retain local counsel to hammer out the details and protect your rights in this matter before taking any action.
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