Robert Jason De Groot's answer I do not understand why you have asked about an LLC from MD in Florida. This is quite the opposit of an easy question to answer, indeed, it would require a bit of research. Go see a business law attorney about this for a full discussion.
Robert Jason De Groot's answer My thoughts are that you need to go see a local real estate attorney for a full discussin about this. If there were debts of the corporation that were not paid, this could be a real problem.
Robert Jason De Groot's answer This is the third attempt at getting free legal advice concerning your situation. Before you post another question, consider actually going to see an attorney for a full discussion. It is an open market, basically. They can sell to whoever they want to sell to, and they make their own rules.
Robert Jason De Groot's answer Do you think that an attorney can give you an answer without reading all relevant documents? It is complex and you should go see a local real estate attorney for a full discussion of the issues. Local attorneys will most likely have a knowledge of the local condo rules and regulations, and better access to them.
I have found a statute that might help understand this:
562.01 Possession of untaxed beverages.—It is unlawful for any person to own, possess, purchase, sell, serve, distribute, or store any alcoholic beverages unless said person has fully complied with the pertinent provisions of the beverage law relating to the payment of excise taxes.
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