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A member of a cooperative may, at a reasonable time and for a proper purpose, examine and make copies of the books and records of the cooperative at the principal office of the cooperative. The cooperative may charge a member an amount equal to the actual cost of duplicating documents requested under this section. The cooperative may withhold books and records concerning specific matters that were prepared for or during an executive session under AS 10.25.175 (c) and not subsequently made public by the cooperative. The cooperative may also withhold the identity of public information that was referred to during the executive session.
Article 02. MERGER, CONSOLIDATION, AND CONVERSION
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