- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 32. Partnership
- Chapter 6. Uniform Partnership Act
- Section 923. Effect of Failure to Have Statement of Foreign Qualification.
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AS 32.06.923. Effect of Failure to Have Statement of Foreign Qualification.
- (a) A foreign limited liability partnership transacting business in this state may not maintain an action or proceeding in
this state unless it has in effect a statement of foreign qualification.
- (b) The failure of a foreign limited liability partnership to have in effect a statement of foreign qualification does not
impair the validity of a contract or act of the foreign limited liability partnership or preclude it from defending an
action or proceeding in this state.
- (c) A limitation on personal liability of a partner is not waived solely by transacting business in this state without a
statement of foreign qualification.
- (d) If a foreign limited liability partnership transacts business in this state without a statement of foreign
qualification, the commissioner is its agent for service of process with respect to a right of action arising out of
the transaction of business in this state.
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