Alaska Statutes.
Title 10. Corporations and Associations
Chapter 15. Alaska Cooperative Corporation Act
Section 575. Use of Term "Cooperative".
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AS 10.15.575. Use of Term "Cooperative".

(a) A person other than a cooperative association incorporated under this chapter or a previous law of the state may not use the term "cooperative," or any variation of the term, as part of its corporate or other business name or title. However, this section does not apply to cooperatives organized to generate and transmit electric energy and power or to furnish electric or telephone service.

(b) A cooperative may enjoin a violation of this section upon suit without a showing of damage to itself.

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