What is the status of assets of a Corporation/LLC if has been dissolved and is considered "permanently revoked" as a business entity with the secretary of state of Nevada?
I have a judgment against an individual whom is hiding his money in a bank account named in his former corporation, which is now dissolved and legally no longer in existence. Generally, we cannot garnish corporate monies from a bank that are owed by an individual.
Any helpful resources or cases that could help?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Nevada law provides a comprehensive set of remedies to address voidable transfers, found at this link: https://www.leg.state.nv.us/nrs/NRS-112.html Your attorney can explain further.
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