Alaska Statutes.
Title 6. Banks and Financial Institutions
Chapter 40. Premium Financing Act
Section 100. Record Keeping; Examination of Records; Report.
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AS 06.40.100. Record Keeping; Examination of Records; Report.

(a) A licensee shall maintain records of its premium finance transactions, including the insurance agents through which the licensee provides loans to residents of this state, and the records shall be open to examination and investigation by the commissioner at the office of the licensee. All records pertaining to insurance contracts financed by state residents shall be maintained or readily available in the licensee's office. The commissioner may, at any reasonable time, require the licensee to bring records pertaining to premium finance agreements to the commissioner's office for examination. The expenses incurred by the department in conducting an examination shall be charged to and paid by the licensee in accordance with AS 06.01.010 .

(b) A licensee shall preserve its records of premium finance transactions, including cards used in a card system, for at least three years after making the final entry relating to any premium finance agreement. The preservation of records in photographic form constitutes compliance with this requirement.

(c) Each licensee shall, on or before March 15 of each year, file a report with the department containing information as the department may reasonably require concerning the business and operations during the preceding calendar year of each licensed place of business conducted by the licensee. The report shall be made under oath, shall be in the form prescribed by the department, and shall be kept available as a public record.

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