Alaska Statutes.
Title 10. Corporations and Associations
Chapter 25. Electric and Telephone Cooperative Act
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Chapter 25. Electric and Telephone Cooperative Act

Section 10. Powers of Electric or Telephone Cooperative; Prohibited Action.
Section 20. Powers of Electric Cooperative.
Section 30. Powers of Telephone Cooperative.
Section 40. Name.
Section 50. Incorporators.
Section 60. Articles of Incorporation.
Section 70. Bylaws.
Section 80. Membership.
Section 90. Meetings of Members and District Delegates.
Section 100. Notice of Meetings.
Section 110. Quorum Requirements.
Section 120. Voting.
Section 125. Record Date.
Section 130. Waiver of Notice.
Section 140. Board of Directors.
Section 145. Liability, Indemnification, and Insurance.
Section 150. Term of Office of Directors.
Section 160. Staggered Terms of Office For Directors.
Section 170. Quorum of Board.
Section 175. Board Meetings Open; Exceptions; Remedy.
Section 180. General Powers of Board.
Section 190. Districts.
Section 200. Officers.
Section 210. Amendment of Articles of Incorporation.
Section 220. Contents of Articles of Amendment.
Section 230. Change of Location of Principal Office.
Section 235. Member's Right to Examine Books and Records.
Section 240. Merger.
Section 245. Merger of Cooperative and Corporation Organized Under AS 10.05. [Repealed, Sec. 24 Ch 134 SLA 1988]
Section 250. Contents of Articles of Merger.
Section 260. Consolidation.
Section 270. Contents of Articles of Consolidation.
Section 280. Effect of Consolidation or Merger.
Section 290. Conversion of Existing Corporation.
Section 300. Articles of Conversion: Contents and Use as Articles of Incorporation.
Section 310. Dissolution of Cooperative That Has Not Commenced Business.
Section 320. Dissolution of Cooperative That Has Commenced Business.
Section 330. Effect of Filing Certificate of Dissolution and Affidavit; Corporate Existence; Involuntary Dissolution.
Section 340. Notice to Creditors and Claimants.
Section 350. Termination of Cooperative Affairs.
Section 360. Contents of Articles of Dissolution.
Section 370. Filing of Articles.
Section 375. Cancellation of Certificates Issued and Filings Accepted.
Section 380. Nonprofit Operation.
Section 390. Disposition of Property to Secure Indebtedness.
Section 400. Limitations On Disposition of Property.
Section 410. Nonliability of Members For Debts of Cooperative.
Section 420. Effect of Recordation of Mortgages and Other Instruments.
Section 430. Validity of Mortgage Under Rural Electrification Act of 1936.
Section 440. Construction Standards.
Section 450. Directors, Officers, or Members as Notaries.
Section 460. Registered Office and Registered Agent.
Section 470. Change of Registered Office or Registered Agent.
Section 480. Execution and Filing of Statement.
Section 490. Resignation of Registered Agent.
Section 500. Service On Cooperative.
Section 510. Service On Commissioner.
Section 520. Other Means of Service Not Affected.
Section 530. Fees.
Section 540. Business License and Taxation of Cooperatives.
Section 550. Amount of Telephone Cooperative Gross Revenue Tax.
Section 555. Amount of Electric Cooperative Tax.
Section 560. Manner of Computing Telephone Cooperative Gross Revenue.
Section 570. Refund to Local Governments.
Section 580. Inventory and Fixtures Subject to Taxation.
Section 590. Connection and Interconnection of Facilities.
Section 600. Correction of Defectively Organized Cooperatives.
Section 610. Purpose.
Section 620. Chapter Extended to Existing Cooperatives.
Section 630. Construction of Chapter.
Section 640. Definitions.
Section 650. Short Title.


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