- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 34. Property
- Chapter 8. Common Interest Ownership
- Section 330. Executive Board Members and Officers.
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AS 34.08.330. Executive Board Members and Officers.
- (a) Except as provided in the declaration, the bylaws, (b) of this section, or other provisions of this chapter, the
executive board may act in all instances on behalf of the association. In the performance of their duties, the officers
and members of the executive board are required to exercise the care required of fiduciaries of the unit owners.
- (b) The executive board may not act on behalf of the association to amend the declaration, to terminate the common
interest community, or to elect members of the executive board or determine the qualifications, powers and duties, or
terms of office of executive board members, but the executive board may fill vacancies in its membership for the
unexpired portion of a term.
- (c) Within 30 days after adoption of a proposed budget for the common interest community, the executive board shall
provide a summary of the budget to each unit owner, and shall set a date for a meeting of the unit owners to consider
ratification of the budget not less than 14 nor more than 30 days after mailing of the summary. Unless at that meeting
a majority of all unit owners or any larger vote specified in the declaration reject the budget, the budget is
ratified, whether or not a quorum is present. If the proposed budget is rejected, the periodic budget last ratified by
the unit owners continues until the unit owners ratify a budget proposed by the executive board.
- (d) Subject to (e) of this section, the declaration may provide for a period of declarant control of the association,
during which a declarant or persons designated by the declarant may appoint and remove the officers and members of the
executive board. Regardless of the period provided in the declaration, a period of declarant control terminates no
later than the earlier of: (1) 60 days after conveyance of 75 percent of the units that may be created to unit owners
other than a declarant; (2) two years after all declarants have ceased to offer units for sale in the ordinary course
of business; or (3) two years after any right to add new units was last exercised. A declarant may voluntarily
surrender the right to appoint and remove officers and members of the executive board before termination of the periods
established in this subsection, but in that event the declarant may require, for the duration of the period of
declarant control, that specified actions of the association or executive board, as described in a recorded instrument
executed by the declarant, be approved by the declarant before they become effective.
- (e) Not later than 60 days after conveyance of 25 percent of the units that may be created to unit owners other than a
declarant, at least one member and not less than 25 percent of the members of the executive board must be elected by
unit owners other than the declarant. Not later than 60 days after conveyance of 50 percent of the units that may be
created to unit owners other than a declarant, not less than 331/3 percent of the members of the executive board must
be elected by unit owners other than the declarant.
- (f) Except as otherwise provided in AS 34.08.280
(e), not later than the termination of any period of declarant control, the unit owners shall elect an executive board.
The executive board consists of at least three members, except that if there are fewer than 12 units in the common
interest community, the declaration may provide for an executive board with one or two members. At least a majority of
the members of the executive board must be unit owners. The executive board shall elect the officers. The executive
board members and officers take office upon election.
- (g) Notwithstanding any provision of the declaration or bylaws to the contrary, following notice under AS 34.08.390
, the unit owners, by a two-thirds vote of all persons present and entitled to vote at a meeting of the unit owners at
which a quorum is present, may remove a member of the executive board with or without cause, other than a member
appointed by the declarant.
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