- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 32. Partnership
- Chapter 11. Uniform Limited Partnership Act
- Section 840. Records to Be Kept.
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AS 32.11.840. Records to Be Kept.
- (a) A limited partnership shall keep at the office referred to in AS 32.11.830(a)(1) the following:
- (1) a current list of the full name and last known business address of each partner, separately identifying the general
partners in alphabetical order and the limited partners in alphabetical order;
- (2) a copy of the certificate of limited partnership and all certificates of amendment to it, together with executed
copies of a power of attorney under which a certificate has been executed;
- (3) copies of the limited partnership's federal, state, and local income tax returns and reports, if any, for the three
most recent years;
- (4) copies of a then effective written partnership agreement and of a financial statement of the limited partnership for
the three most recent years; and
- (5) unless contained in a written partnership agreement, a writing setting out
- (A) the amount of cash and a description and statement of the agreed value of the other property or services contributed
by each partner and that each partner has agreed to contribute;
- (B) the times at which or events on the happening of which additional contributions agreed to be made by each partner are
to be made;
- (C) the right of a partner to receive, or of a general partner to make, distributions to a partner that include a return
of all or a part of the partner's contribution; and
- (D) events upon the happening of which the limited partnership is to be dissolved and its affairs wound up.
- (b) Records kept under this section are subject to inspection and copying at the reasonable request and at the expense of
a partner during ordinary business hours.
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