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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 10. Corporations and Associations
- Chapter 6. Alaska Corporations Code
- Section 170. Change By Agent or Resignation of Agent.
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AS 10.06.170. Change By Agent or Resignation of Agent.
- (a) A registered agent of a domestic or foreign corporation may change the location of the agent's office from one address
to another in this state. The agent may change the registered office for each corporation for which the person is
acting as registered agent by filing in the office of the commissioner a statement setting out (1) the name of the
agent; (2) the address of the agent's office before change; (3) the address to which the office is changed; and (4) a
list of corporations for which the person is the registered agent. The statement shall be executed by the registered
agent in the individual name of the agent or, if the agent is a corporation, it shall be executed by its president or a
vice-president. The statement shall be delivered to the commissioner and, if the commissioner finds that the statement
complies with this chapter, the commissioner shall file it in the commissioner's office. The change becomes effective
when the statement is filed.
- (b) A registered agent may resign by filing a written notice and an exact copy of the notice with the commissioner. The
written notice of resignation shall set out the latest address of the principal office of the corporation and the
names, addresses, and titles of the most recent officers of the corporation known by the agent. The commissioner shall
immediately mail a copy of the notice to the corporation at its principal office. The resignation becomes effective 30
days after the filing of the written notice, unless the corporation sooner appoints a successor registered agent, as
provided in AS 10.06.165
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