Alaska Statutes.
Title 9. Code of Civil Procedure
Chapter 35. Execution
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Chapter 35. Execution

Section 10. Judgments Enforceable By Execution.
Section 20. Issuance of Execution After Five Years.
Section 30. Substance of Writ.
Section 35. - 09.35.050l Default Judgment or Nonappearance of Attorney For Judgment Debtor; Execution Against the Person; Imprisonment On Execution. [Repealed, Sec. 14 Ch 62 SLA 1982].
Section 60. Execution After Death of Judgment Debtor.
Section 70. Property Liable.
Section 80. - 09.35.090l Exemptions. [Repealed, Sec. 14 Ch 62 SLA 1982. For Present Provisions See AS 09.38].
Section 100. Execution Against Property.
Section 110. Execution Procedure.
Section 120. Retention of Personal Property By Judgment Debtor. [Repealed, Sec. 14 Ch 62 SLA 1982].
Section 130. Third Party Claims.
Section 140. Notice of Sale On Execution.
Section 142. Action to Establish Newspaper Status.
Section 150. Sale.
Section 160. Postponement of Sale.
Section 170. Bill of Sale For Personal Property.
Section 180. Confirmation of Sale or Resale.
Section 190. Eviction of Purchaser.
Section 200. Contribution Among Joint Judgment Debtors.
Section 210. Absolute Sales and Right of Redemption.
Section 220. Redemption.
Section 230. Redemption By Lien Creditor From Purchaser.
Section 240. Subsequent Redemptions.
Section 250. Redemption By Judgment Debtor or Successor.
Section 260. Conveyance of Property.
Section 270. Procedure For Redemption.
Section 280. Priority of Redemption.
Section 290. Redemption Payment or Refusal to Permit Redemption.
Section 300. Waste.
Section 310. Rights of Purchaser and Redemptioner.
Section 320. Arrest of Judgment Debtor and Undertaking.
Section 330. Satisfaction of Judgment When Judgment Debtor is Creditor of State or Political Subdivision.

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