- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 32. Partnership
- Chapter 6. Uniform Partnership Act
- Section 970. Execution, Filing, Recording, Amendment, and Cancellation of Statements.
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AS 32.06.970. Execution, Filing, Recording, Amendment, and Cancellation of Statements.
- (a) A statement may be filed with the department. A certified copy of a statement that is filed in an office in another
state may be filed with the department. Either filing has the effect provided in this chapter with respect to
partnership property located in or transactions that occur in this state.
- (b) A certified copy of a statement that has been filed with the department and recorded in the office for recording
transfers of real property has the effect provided for recorded statements in this chapter. A recorded statement that
is not a certified copy of a statement filed with the department does not have the effect provided for recorded
statements in this chapter.
- (c) A statement filed by a partnership must be executed by at least two partners. Other statements must be executed by a
partner or other person authorized by this chapter. An individual who executes a statement as, or on behalf of, a
partner or other person named as a partner in a statement shall personally declare under penalty of perjury that the
contents of the statement are accurate.
- (d) A person authorized by this chapter to file a statement may amend or cancel the statement by filing an amendment or
cancellation that names the partnership, identifies the statement, and states the substance of the amendment or
- (e) A person who files a statement under this section shall promptly send a copy of the statement to every nonfiling
partner and to any other person named as a partner in the statement. Failure to send a copy of a statement to a partner
or other person does not limit the effectiveness of the statement as to a person who is not a partner.
- (f) The department may collect a fee for filing or providing a certified copy of a statement.
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