Alaska Statutes.
Title 8. Business and Professions
Chapter 66. Motor Vehicle Dealers and Buyers' Agents
Section 350. Definitions.
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AS 08.66.350. Definitions.

In this chapter,

(1) "buyer's agent" means a person who does business in the state by negotiating on behalf of a buyer the purchase of a motor vehicle from a motor vehicle dealer;

(2) "department" means the Department of Administration;

(3) "motor vehicle" means a motor vehicle that is required to be registered under AS 28.10;

(4) "motor vehicle dealer" or "dealer"

(A) means

(i) a buyer's agent; or

(ii) a person, other than a manufacturer, who sells, leases, solicits, or arranges for the sale or lease of five or more motor vehicles in any 12 consecutive months, regardless of who owns the vehicles;

(B) does not include

(i) a receiver, a trustee, an administrator, an executor, a guardian, or another person appointed by a court or a person performing duties as a public officer;

(ii) a person disposing of a motor vehicle acquired and actually used for the person's own use or for the use of a family member of the person, or acquiring a motor vehicle for the person's own use or for the use of a family member of the person if the vehicle is acquired and used in good faith and not for the purpose of avoiding the provisions of this chapter;

(iii) a person who sells motor vehicles as an incident of the person's principal business but who is not engaged primarily in the selling of motor vehicles;

(iv) an employee of an organization arranging for the purchase or lease by the organization of a vehicle for use in the organization's business;

(v) a publication, broadcast, or other communications media when engaged in the business of advertising, but not otherwise arranging for the sale of a motor vehicle owned by another person.

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