Alaska Statutes.
Title 10. Corporations and Associations
Chapter 50. Alaska Revised Limited Liability Company Act
Section 720. Transactions Not Constituting Conducting Affairs.
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AS 10.50.720. Transactions Not Constituting Conducting Affairs.

The activities of a foreign limited liability company that are not considered to be conducting affairs in this state for the purposes of AS 10.50.600 - 10.50.720 include

(1) maintaining, defending, or settling a court action or other proceeding or a claim;

(2) holding meetings of the members or managers of the company;

(3) maintaining bank accounts;

(4) selling through independent contractors;

(5) soliciting or procuring orders by mail, through employees, agents, or otherwise, if the orders require acceptance outside the state before becoming binding contracts;

(6) creating as borrower or lender, or acquiring, indebtedness or mortgages or other security interests in real or personal property;

(7) securing or collecting debts, or enforcing rights in property securing debts;

(8) conducting an isolated transaction that is completed within 30 days and that is not part of a course of repeated transactions of a similar nature; or

(9) conducting affairs in interstate commerce.


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