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Articles Of Merger Business Professional Non Profit Or Cooperative Corporation 08-452 - Alaska

Articles Of Merger Business Professional Non Profit Or Cooperative Corporation Form. This is a Alaska form and can be used in Division Of Banking Securities And Corporations Secretary Of State .
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State of Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development Corporations, Business and Professional Licensing CORPORATIONS SECTION PO Box 110808 Juneau AK 99811-0808 ARTICLES OF MERGER Business, Professional, Non Profit, or Cooperative Corporation Pursuant to the provisions of the Alaska Statutes, the Articles of Merger shall be executed by each corporation by its president or vice president and by its secretary or assistant secretary and must set out the plan of merger, number of shares outstanding for each corporation and, if the shares of a class were entitled to vote as a class, the designation and number of outstanding shares of the class; and the number of shares voted for and against the plan. Article 1. Name of the merging corporation: Alaska Entity # if applicable: Name of the merging corporation: Alaska Entity # if applicable: Attach additional sheet with additional corporations if necessary Article 2. Name of the surviving corporation: Alaska Entity # if applicable: Article 3. Plan of Merger: (A Copy of the Plan of Merger must be attached.) The plan of merger must set out: 1. the names of the corporations proposing to merge and the name of the surviving corporation into which they propose to merge; 2. the terms and conditions of the proposed merger; 3. the manner and basis of converting the shares of each merging corporation into shares or other securities or obligations of the surviving corporation; 4. statement of changes in the articles of incorporation of the surviving corporation caused by the merger; and 5. other provisions of the merger considered necessary or desirable. Article 4. The plan of merger must be approved by each entity that is party to the merger. Name of the Merging Corporation: Number of shares outstanding of each corporation, the shares entitled to vote and the vote for and against the merger: Number of Outstanding Shares Number of Shares Entitled to Vote: Number of Shares Voting For Merger Number of Shares Voting Against Merger If the shares of a class were entitled to vote as a class: Number of Shares in Class Class Series Number of Votes For Merger Number of Votes Against Merger 08-452 (Rev. 7/04) alh -1- American LegalNet, Inc. www.USCourtForms.com Name of the Merging Corporation: Number of shares outstanding of each corporation, the shares entitled to vote and the vote for and against the merger: Number of Outstanding Shares Number of Shares Entitled to Vote: Number of Shares Voting For Merger Number of Shares Voting Against Merger If the shares of a class were entitled to vote as a class: Number of Shares in Class Class Series Number of Votes For Merger Number of Votes Against Merger Name of the Surviving Corporation: Number of shares outstanding of each corporation, the shares entitled to vote and the vote for and against the merger: Number of Outstanding Shares Number of Shares Entitled to Vote: Number of Shares Voting For Merger Number of Shares Voting Against Merger If the shares of a class were entitled to vote as a class: Number of Shares in Class Class Series Number of Votes For Merger Number of Votes Against Merger Article 5. Merger of Subsidiary Corporation. (A Copy of the Plan of Merger must be attached.) 1. The board of a proposed surviving corporation shall, by resolution, approve a plan of merger setting out: a. the name of the subsidiary corporation and the name of the corporation owning at least 90 percent of its shares; b. subject to AS 10.06.542 , the manner and basis of converting the shares of the subsidiary corporation into shares, obligations, or other securities of the surviving or other corporation or, in whole or in part, into cash or other property. 2. A copy of a plan of merger shall be mailed to each shareholder of record of the subsidiary corporation. 3. Articles of merger shall be executed by the surviving corporation by its president or a vice-president and by its secretary or an assistant secretary and must set out the a. plan of merger; b. number of outstanding shares of each class of the subsidiary corporation and the number of those shares of each class owned by the surviving corporation; and c. date of the mailing to shareholders of the subsidiary corporation of the plan of merger. 08-452 (Rev. 7/04) alh -2- American LegalNet, Inc. www.USCourtForms.com Article 6. The Articles of Merger must be signed by the president or vice president and by the secretary or assistant secretary of each corporation: Name of Merging Entity: Signed this day of , 20 Printed Name . Signature of President or Vice President Signature of Secretary or Assistant Secretary Printed Name Name of Merging Entity: Signed this day of , 20 Printed Name . Signature of President or Vice President Signature of Secretary or Assistant Secretary Printed Name Name of Surviving Entity: Signed this day of , 20 Printed Name . Signature of President or Vice President Signature of Secretary or Assistant Secretary Printed Name Add additional signature pages if necessary. 08-452 (Rev. 7/04) alh -3- American LegalNet, Inc. www.USCourtForms.com If a foreign corporation authorized to transact business in this state is a party to an organic change permitted by the laws of the state or country where it is incorporated, and the corporation is the surviving corporation, it shall, within 30 days after the change becomes effective, file with the commissioner a copy of the articles of merger, consolidation, exchange, or reorganization authenticated by the proper office of the state or country under whose laws the organic change was carried out. It is not necessary for the corporation to obtain a new or amended certificate of authority to transact business in this state unless the name of the corporation is changed or unless the corporation desires to pursue in this state other or additional purposes than those that it is authorized to transact in this state. AS 10.06.562. Merger, Consolidation, or Exchange of Shares Between Domestic and Foreign Corporation. One or more foreign corporations and one or more domestic corporations may be merged or consolidated, or participate in an exchange, if the merger, consolidation, or exchange is permitted by the laws of the state under which each foreign corporation is organized and 1. each domestic corporation complies with the provisions of this chapter with respect to the merger, consolidation, or exchange of domestic corporations and each foreign corporation complies with the applicable provisions of th
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