Alaska Statutes.
Title 10. Corporations and Associations
Chapter 20. Alaska Nonprofit Corporation Act
Section 635. Fees For Filing Documents and Issuing Certificates.
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AS 10.20.635. Fees For Filing Documents and Issuing Certificates.

(a) The commissioner shall establish by regulation and charge and collect fees for filing

(1) articles of incorporation and issuing a certificate of incorporation;

(2) articles of amendment and issuing a certificate of amendment;

(3) restated articles of incorporation and issuing a restated certificate of incorporation;

(4) articles of merger or consolidation and issuing a certificate of merger or consolidation;

(5) a statement of change of address of registered office or change of registered agent, or both;

(6) articles of dissolution;

(7) an application of a foreign corporation for a certificate of authority to conduct affairs in this state and issuing a certificate of authority;

(8) an application of a foreign corporation for an amended certificate of authority to conduct affairs in this state and issuing an amended certificate of authority;

(9) a copy of an amendment to the articles of incorporation of a foreign corporation holding a certificate of authority to conduct affairs in this state;

(10) a copy of articles of merger of a foreign corporation holding a certificate of authority to conduct affairs in this state;

(11) an application for withdrawal of a foreign corporation and issuing a certificate of withdrawal;

(12) any other statement or report, including a biennial report, of a domestic or foreign corporation.

(b) The department may by regulation charge each corporation subject to this chapter a fixed fee in place of the various fees specified in this chapter and for routine administrative services rendered to the corporation by the department.

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