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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 10. Corporations and Associations
- Chapter 15. Alaska Cooperative Corporation Act
- Section 40. Defense of Ultra Vires.
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AS 10.15.040. Defense of Ultra Vires.
An act or a transfer of property to or by a cooperative is not invalid because it is in excess of the cooperative's
power to do the act or make or receive the transfer, except that the lack of power may be asserted in a proceeding by
- (1) a member, shareholder or director against the cooperative to enjoin an act or transfer of property to or by the
cooperative; if the unauthorized act or transfer sought to be enjoined is being, or is to be, performed or made under a
contract to which the cooperative is a party, the court may, if all of the parties to the contract are parties to the
proceeding and if it considers it equitable, set aside and enjoin the performance of the contract, and in so doing may
allow to the cooperative or to the other parties to the contract compensation for the loss or damage sustained by
either of them resulting from the action of the court in setting aside and enjoining the performance of the contract;
but the court may not award anticipated profits to be derived from the performance of the contract as a loss or damage
- (2) a cooperative, its legal representative, or through its members or shareholders in a representative suit, against the
officers or directors of former officers and directors of the cooperative;
- (3) the attorney general against the cooperative in an action to dissolve the cooperative or to enjoin it from the
transaction of unauthorized business.
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