Alaska Statutes.
Title 10. Corporations and Associations
Chapter 6. Alaska Corporations Code
Section 818. Interrogatories By Commissioner; Judicial Review.
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AS 10.06.818. Interrogatories By Commissioner; Judicial Review.

(a) The commissioner may propound to a domestic or foreign corporation and to an officer or director of a domestic or foreign corporation interrogatories reasonably necessary and proper to enable the commissioner to ascertain whether the corporation has complied with the provisions of this chapter.

(b) Interrogatories shall be propounded by the commissioner or the designee of the commissioner to

(1) a domestic corporation by complying with AS 10.06.175 ;

(2) a foreign corporation by complying with AS 10.06.763 ;

(3) an individual officer or director of a domestic or foreign corporation by mailing by certified mail a copy of the interrogatories addressed to the person at the place of business of the person in this state, or, if the person has no place of business in this state, to the principal office or place of business of the person.

(c) Interrogatories shall be answered within 30 days or within the additional time fixed by the commissioner or by the superior court. Answers shall be full and complete, in writing and under oath. If the interrogatories are directed to an individual, they shall be answered by that person, and if directed to a corporation they shall be answered by the president, vice-president, secretary, or assistant secretary of the corporation or, in the instance of a foreign corporation, the person or persons functioning as comparable officers in accordance with the laws of the state of incorporation.

(d) A petition stating good cause to extend the date for answer, to modify or set aside the interrogatories propounded by the commissioner, or to enforce compliance with AS 10.06.820 may be filed in the superior court before the expiration of the 30 days fixed in this section for answer.

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