Alaska Statutes.
Title 10. Corporations and Associations
Chapter 6. Alaska Corporations Code
Section 823. Failure or Refusal to Answer Interrogatories.
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AS 10.06.823. Failure or Refusal to Answer Interrogatories.

Unless otherwise provided by an order of court issued in response to a petition filed under AS 10.06.818 (d),

(1) a domestic or foreign corporation and each officer or director of a domestic or foreign corporation that fails or refuses to answer truthfully and fully interrogatories propounded by the commissioner within the time prescribed by AS 10.06.818 (c) is guilty of a class A misdemeanor; and

(2) the commissioner need not file a document to which the interrogatories relate until the interrogatories are properly answered and need not file a document to which the interrogatories relate if the answers disclose that the document does not conform to the provisions of this chapter.

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