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(a) A registered contractor that dissolves or ceases to do business must file a written notice of the change with the department within 15 days of the dissolution or cessation of business activity. The written notice must be filed by the following:
(1) if a sole proprietorship, the sole proprietor;
(2) if a partnership, at least one of the former partners;
(3) if a limited liability company, at least one of the former managing partners;
(4) if a corporation, at least one of the former corporate officers.
(b) A notice filed under (a) of this section does not meet the requirement for a notarized statement under AS 08.18.115 . However, a notarized statement filed under AS 08.18.115 will meet the requirement of (a) of this section.
History: Eff. 1/21/2004, Register 169
Authority: AS 08.01.080
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