There’s no reason not to, unless the other tree died because of a localized problem with the soil, fungi, or pests. The only foreseeable problems would be a difficulty in rooting, if the previous tree’s roots are still buried. Otherwise, you should be fine. You can always call a local tree nursery and ask them if you’re uncertain on anything.
Also, if the previous maple died because of climactic conditions (too cold, too dry, too much hot afternoon sun), make sure to prevent its death from the same source again.
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