Alaska Statutes.
Title 4. Alcoholic Beverages
Chapter 11. Licensing
Section 20. Exceptions: License or Permit Not Required.
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AS 04.11.020. Exceptions: License or Permit Not Required.

(a) A license or permit is not required to authorize sales made by a person under a judgment and decree of foreclosure, under the bankruptcy law of the United States, or under order of the board or a court under AS 04.16.220 .

(b) A license or permit is not required to serve alcoholic beverages in exchange for valuable contributions at a private gathering of a bona fide group of co-workers or of a professional, social, or fraternal organization if equal contributions are made by all in attendance and only the amount required to purchase the alcoholic beverages is contributed. All other applicable provisions of this title and regulations under this title shall be observed at these private gatherings.

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