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Yes, certainly. A corporation can convert to an LLC. This is known as a statutory conversion under CA law.
When the corporation converts to an LLC, it still has all the same rights and liabilities. So, if the corporation had the right to sue, then the LLC will still have that right to sue.
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Thank you. Now, if the former corporation was forefieted in CA, does it need to be revived before a suit can be filed?
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