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(a) A domestic corporation may at any time restate its articles of incorporation as theretofore amended in the manner set out in this section.
(b) If there are members entitled to vote, the board of directors shall adopt a resolution setting out the proposed restated articles of incorporation and directing that they be submitted to a vote at a meeting of members entitled to vote, which may be either an annual or a special meeting.
(c) Written notice setting out the proposed restated articles or a summary of the provisions shall be given to each member entitled to vote within the time and in the manner provided in this chapter for giving notice of meetings to members. If the meeting is an annual meeting, the proposed restated articles or a summary of the provisions may be included in the notice of the annual meeting.
(d) At the meeting a vote of the members entitled to vote shall be taken on the proposed restated articles. The restated articles shall be adopted upon receiving the affirmative vote of a majority of the members entitled to vote who are present at the meeting or represented by proxy.
(e) If there are no members, or no members entitled to vote, the proposed restated articles shall be adopted at a meeting of the board of directors upon receiving the affirmative vote of a majority of the directors in office.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Alaska Statutes Title 10. Corporations and Associations § 10.20.196. Restated articles of incorporation - last updated April 21, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ak/title-10-corporations-and-associations/ak-st-sect-10-20-196.html
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