Alaska corporate bylaws are the written rules of a corporation. They outline both the structure and day-to-day responsibilities of upper management. The form contains information on when and where meetings are to occur, details on how the board will be formed, and how officers are to be selected, to name a few.
Bylaws required? No, the state of Alaska does not require a corporation to have written bylaws, although doing so remains highly recommended.
All statutes: Title 10, Chapter 6