Alaska Statutes.
Title 10. Corporations and Associations
Chapter 15. Alaska Cooperative Corporation Act
Section 520. Deposit With Department of Amount Due Persons Who Cannot Be Found; Unknown Persons, or Incompetent Persons.
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AS 10.15.520. Deposit With Department of Amount Due Persons Who Cannot Be Found; Unknown Persons, or Incompetent Persons.

Upon the voluntary or involuntary dissolution of a cooperative, the portion of the assets distributable to a creditor, member, shareholder, or patron or other person unknown or who cannot be found, or who is under a disability with no person legally competent to receive the distributive portion, shall be reduced to cash and, within six months after the final dividend in the liquidation or winding up is payable, shall be deposited with the department. The receiver or other liquidating agent shall prepare in duplicate a statement containing the names and last known addresses of the persons entitled to the funds and shall file the statement with the department. The department shall handle the funds in accordance with AS 34.45.110 - 34.45.780.

Article 06. FOREIGN COOPERATIVES

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