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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 10. Corporations and Associations
- Chapter 6. Alaska Corporations Code
- Section 425. Voting Trusts and Agreements Among Shareholders.
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. Shareholder Agreements.
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. Shareholders' Preemptive Rights.
AS 10.06.425. Voting Trusts and Agreements Among Shareholders.
- (a) Any number of shareholders of a corporation may create a voting trust for the purpose of conferring upon a trustee or
trustees the right to vote or otherwise represent their shares by entering into a written voting trust agreement
specifying the terms and conditions of the voting trust, by depositing a copy of the agreement with the corporation at
its registered office, and by transferring their shares to the trustee or trustees for the purpose of the agreement.
The trustee or trustees shall keep a record of the holders of voting trust certificates evidencing a beneficial
interest in the voting trust, giving the names and addresses of all the holders and the number and class of the shares
for which the voting trust certificates are issued, and shall deposit a copy of the record with the corporation at its
registered office. The copies of the voting trust agreement and the record deposited with the corporation are subject
to the same right of examination by a shareholder of the corporation, in person or by agent or attorney, as are the
books and records of the corporation under AS 10.06.430, and the copies of the agreement and the record
are subject to examination by a holder of record of voting trust certificates, either in person or by agent or
attorney, at a reasonable time for a proper purpose. This subsection does not invalidate an irrevocable proxy complying
with AS 10.06.418
- (b) Shareholders may enter into a voting agreement or any other agreement if the agreement is consistent with this
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