Alaska Statutes.
Title 10. Corporations and Associations
Chapter 6. Alaska Corporations Code
Section 720. Corporate Name of Foreign Corporation.
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AS 10.06.720. Corporate Name of Foreign Corporation.

A certificate of authority may not be issued to a foreign corporation unless the corporate name of the corporation

(1) contains the word "corporation", "company", "incorporated", or "limited", or an abbreviation of one of these words, or, for use in this state, adds at the end of its name one of these words or an abbreviation of one of them;

(2) does not contain a word or phrase that indicates or implies that it is organized for a purpose other than the purpose contained in its articles of incorporation or that it is authorized or empowered to conduct the business of banking or insurance;

(3) does not contain the word "city", "borough", or "village" or otherwise imply that the corporation is a municipality, but the name of a city, borough, or village may be used in the corporate name;

(4) is available for corporate use under AS 10.06.105 (d).

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