Alaska Statutes.
Title 10. Corporations and Associations
Chapter 6. Alaska Corporations Code
Section 853. Failure to Pay Tax as Evidence of Inability to Meet Maturing Debts and Liabilities.
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AS 10.06.853. Failure to Pay Tax as Evidence of Inability to Meet Maturing Debts and Liabilities.

Failure of a corporation to pay the biennial corporation tax for a period of one year after the date when payment first becomes due is prima facie evidence of the inability of a corporation to meet maturing debts and liabilities that may be shown under AS 10.06.360 by the state, a private person, or a corporation.

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