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You will need to file a Certificate of Revival for the LLC and pay the penalties. While an LLC may be reinstated if it is revoked, it must be revived if it has been permanently revoked. I know it is odd, by the term permanent is not used 100% correctly in this instance.
To determine the amount of fees and penalties owed, you must call the Secretary of State’s office.
As to the liability, when the LLC is revived, you can have the revival retroactive to the date of the original revocation. Therefore, as long as there is no pending suit against the LLC, the LLC would be liable for any debts and there would be no personal liability for the individual members and managers of the LLC.
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