Alaska Statutes.
Title 10. Corporations and Associations
Chapter 50. Alaska Revised Limited Liability Company Act
Section 430. Articles of Dissolution.
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AS 10.50.430. Articles of Dissolution.

After the dissolution of a limited liability company under AS 10.50.400, the limited liability company may file articles of dissolution with the department. The articles must state

(1) the name of the company;

(2) the date of filing of the company's articles of organization and of any amendments to the articles of organization;

(3) the reason for filing the articles of dissolution;

(4) the effective date, which must be a specific date, of the articles of dissolution if the articles of dissolution are not to be effective when filed; and

(5) other information determined appropriate by the members or managers filing the articles.

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