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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 10. Corporations and Associations
- Chapter 6. Alaska Corporations Code
- Section 608. Certificate of Election: Contents, Signing, and Filing.
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AS 10.06.608. Certificate of Election: Contents, Signing, and Filing.
- (a) A corporation that has elected to wind up and dissolve shall immediately file a certificate evidencing the election as
provided in this section.
- (b) The certificate must be an officers' certificate or shall be signed by at least a majority of the directors then in
office, by one or more shareholders authorized to do so by the shareholders holding shares representing 50 percent or
more of the voting power, or by the officer or shareholder designated in the written consent and must set out
- (1) the name of the corporation, the names and addresses of its officers under AS 10.06.483
, the names and addresses of its directors, and the statement that the corporation has elected to wind up and dissolve;
- (2) the number of shares voting for the election if the election was made by the vote of shareholders and a statement that
the election was made by shareholders representing at least two-thirds of the voting power under AS 10.06.605
- (3) a copy of the written consent signed by all shareholders of the corporation if the election was made by the written
consent of the shares;
- (4) circumstances showing the corporation to be within one of the categories described in AS 10.06.605
(b) if the election was made by the board under that subsection.
- (c) An original and an exact copy of the certificate conforming to (b) of this section shall be delivered to the
commissioner for processing according to AS 10.06.910
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