I don't know the specifics, but my hunch is that there's a protection in place to keep LLCs from rapidly dissolving to avoid incoming lawsuits. I suspect the registered agent, or organizing members / managing members in the articles of organization, would have to answer in some capacity.
I would guess that if legally the fictional person no longer exists then it has no liability, that is one reason to grow a fictional person. If a contract named their successors/other responsible people, then those people could have taken on liability. You can probably name it, but not get $ from it. *not legal advice!