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Question: Can an individual sue my closed down LLC and me personally? I have no assets with this business.
Answer: If you have a valid claim and seek relief, you can sue anyone for any reason. As long as the person has some "standing" in the lawsuit. I will try to put this is general terms...standing is defined as "a person having a legal right to file the lawsuit." The party needs to have been "injured" in some way (not just physical) and the lawsuit will bring a remedy for the injury. The Rules of Civil Procedure attempt to prevent lawsuits with no merit and the filing attorney should conduct due diligence to insure there is a valid claim. I would recommend you contact an attorney and go over what the claim for the lawsuit is to determine how to proceed.
Can an individual sue my closed down LLC and me personally? I have no assets with this business.
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