Alaska Statutes.
Title 8. Business and Professions
Chapter 88. Real Estate Brokers and Other Licensees
Section 665. Vicarious Liability.
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AS 08.88.665. Vicarious Liability.

A seller, buyer, lessor, or lessee is not liable for an act, error, or omission of a real estate licensee that arises out of the licensee relationship,

(1) unless the seller, buyer, lessor, or lessee participated in or authorized the act, error, or omission and then only to the extent of the participation or authorization; or

(2) except to the extent that the seller, buyer, lessor, or lessee benefited from the act, error, or omission, and a court determines that it is highly probable that the person claiming damages for the act, error, or omission would be unable to enforce a judgment against the licensee.

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