Alaska Statutes.
Title 45. Trade and Commerce
Chapter 68. Charitable Solicitations
Section 20. Contract Required.
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AS 45.68.020. Contract Required.

(a) A paid solicitor may not solicit contributions on behalf of a charitable organization unless the paid solicitor executes a written contract with the charitable organization that clearly states the respective obligations of the paid solicitor and the charitable organization, including

(1) a statement of the method to be used to calculate the compensation of the paid solicitor; the statement must include a reasonable estimate of the expenses, including the estimated compensation of the paid solicitor, to be incurred, directly or indirectly, by the charitable organization in connection with the solicitation;

(2) a statement of the charitable purpose to be described in the solicitation; and

(3) the percentage of the gross contributions that the charitable organization is to receive.

(b) A copy of the contract required by (a) of this section shall be filed with the department.

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