Alaska Statutes.
Title 10. Corporations and Associations
Chapter 20. Alaska Nonprofit Corporation Act
Section 325. Grounds For Involuntary Dissolution.
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AS 10.20.325. Grounds For Involuntary Dissolution.

A corporation may be dissolved involuntarily by the commissioner when it is established that

(1) the corporation has failed to file its biennial report within the time required by this chapter;

(2) the corporation procured its articles of incorporation through fraud;

(3) the corporation has continued to exceed or abuse the authority conferred upon it by law;

(4) the corporation has failed for 30 days to appoint and maintain a registered agent in the state;

(5) the corporation has failed for 30 days after change of its registered office or registered agent to file in the office of the commissioner a statement of the change;

(6) the corporation has failed, within the time required by this chapter, to revoke or complete a plan of voluntary dissolution; or

(7) the corporation is 90 days delinquent in filing a notice of change of an officer or director as required by this chapter.

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