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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 10. Corporations and Associations
- Chapter 50. Alaska Revised Limited Liability Company Act
- Section 375. Assignment of Interest in Company.
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AS 10.50.375. Assignment of Interest in Company.
- (a) A person may assign a limited liability company interest in whole or in part.
- (b) The assignment of a limited liability company interest entitles the assignee to receive, to the extent assigned, only
the distributions to which the assignor is entitled.
- (c) The assignment of a limited liability company interest does not dissolve the company or entitle the assignee to
participate in the management and affairs of the company, to become a member, or to exercise the rights of a member.
Unless the assignee of the interest becomes a member with respect to the interest, the assignor continues to be a
member and may exercise the rights of a member, subject to the members' right to remove the assignor under AS 10.50.205
- (d) Unless the assignee becomes a member, an assignee of a limited liability company interest is not liable as a member
solely as a result of the assignment.
- (e) The assignor of a limited liability company interest is not released, solely as a result of the assignment, from the
assignor's liability as a member.
- (f) An operating agreement may establish terms different from those in (a) - (e) of this section.
- (g) Unless otherwise provided in an operating agreement of the company, the pledge of, or granting of a security interest,
lien, or other encumbrance in or against, a part or all of a member's limited liability company interest is not an
assignment under this section and does not terminate the membership or the rights and powers of the member.
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