29-3710. Judicial review of denial of reinstatement

A. If the commission denies a limited liability company's application for reinstatement following administrative dissolution, the commission shall deliver to the company a notice in a record that explains the reasons for the denial to the address of the company's statutory agent or, if the company does not have a statutory agent or the statutory agent's address is invalid, to the company's principal address.

B. A limited liability company that has been administratively dissolved and that is denied reinstatement by the commission pursuant to this section may bring an action against the commission in superior court to review the commission's refusal to reinstate the company.  The action by the company shall be brought within six months after the commission's refusal becomes final.  The superior court shall hear and determine the action as a trial de novo.  In any such action, the burden of proof shall be on the company.