Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 69. Organization and Corporate Procedures
Section 540. Assessment of Stockholders or Members.
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AS 21.69.540. Assessment of Stockholders or Members.

(a) An insurer receiving the director's notice mentioned in AS 21.69.530(a)

(1) if a stock insurer, by resolution of its board of directors and subject to limitations upon assessment contained in its articles of incorporation, may assess its stockholders for amounts necessary to cure the deficiency and provide the insurer with a reasonable amount of surplus in addition; if a stockholder fails to pay a lawful assessment after notice given to the stockholder in person or by advertisement in the time and manner approved by the director, the insurer may require the return of the original certificate of stock held by the stockholder, and issue a new certificate for the number of shares the stockholder may then be entitled to, upon the basis of the stockholder's proportionate interest in the amount of the insurer's capital stock as determined by the director to be remaining at the time of determination of amount of impairment under AS 21.69.530 , after deducting from the proportionate interest the amount of the unpaid assessment; the insurer may pay for or reissue fractional shares under this subsection;

(2) if a mutual insurer, shall levy an assessment upon members as provided for under AS 21.69.440 ;

(b) Neither this section nor AS 21.69.530 prohibits the insurer from curing the deficiency through any lawful means other than those referred to in those sections.

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