Alaska Statutes.
Title 6. Banks and Financial Institutions
Chapter 26. Revised Alaska Trust Company Act
Section 80. Amendment of Articles or Bylaws.
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AS 06.26.080. Amendment of Articles or Bylaws.

(a) A trust company may amend its articles of incorporation or bylaws in a manner consistent with its articles, its bylaws, AS 10.06, and this chapter by a vote of its shareholders representing at least a majority of the capital at a regular meeting or at a special meeting called for that purpose. The trust company shall file a written notice of an amendment with the department.

(b) The department has 60 days from the date that the department receives a notice under (a) of this section to review the amendment, and the amendment becomes effective on the 61st day after the department receives the notice unless the department specifies a different date. The department may extend the 60-day period of review if the department determines that the notice raises significant issues that require additional information or if the department needs additional time for analysis. If the 60-day period of review is extended, the amendment becomes effective only when the department approves the amendment in writing.

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