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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 6. Banks and Financial Institutions
- Chapter 26. Revised Alaska Trust Company Act
- Section 630. Reports of Apparent Crime.
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AS 06.26.630. Reports of Apparent Crime.
- (a) A trust company that is the victim of a robbery, that has a shortage of money or other assets in excess of $5,000, or
that is the victim of an apparent or suspected misapplication of its money or other assets in any amount by a director,
an officer, or an employee shall report the robbery, shortage, or apparent or suspected misapplication to the
department within 48 hours after it is discovered. The initial report may be oral if the trust company promptly
confirms the report in writing to the department. The trust company or a director, an officer, an employee, or an agent
of the trust company is not liable for defamation to or subject to any another cause of action based on supplying the
information in the report.
- (b) A trust company may satisfy the requirements of (a) of this section by filing with the department a copy of a written
report filed with the appropriate law enforcement agency.
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