Alaska Statutes.
Title 9. Code of Civil Procedure
Chapter 40. Provisional Remedies
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Chapter 40. Provisional Remedies

Section 10. Actions in Which Attachment is Authorized.
Section 20. Undertaking.
Section 25. Appointment of Person to Serve Attachment Process.
Section 30. Property Subject to Attachment.
Section 40. Third Party Liability.
Section 50. Lien On Real Estate.
Section 60. Third Party Indebted to Defendant or Possessing Property of Defendant.
Section 70. Sale of Perishable Property.
Section 80. Liability On Undertaking.
Section 90. Disposition of Property After Judgment in Plaintiff's Favor.
Section 100. Return of Property Upon Judgment For Defendant.
Section 110. Delivery of Property to Defendant and Redelivery Bond.
Section 120. Arrest and Bail in Civil Actions.
Section 130. Grounds For Arrest.
Section 140. Order For Arrest.
Section 150. Undertaking By Plaintiff.
Section 160. Time For Order For Arrest.
Section 170. Discharge On Bail or Deposit.
Section 180. Amount of Bail.
Section 190. Surrender of Defendant By Bail or in Person.
Section 200. Arrest of Defendant By or On Authority of Bail.
Section 210. Exoneration of Bail.
Section 220. Motion to Vacate Order For Arrest or to Reduce Bail.
Section 230. Authorization For Injunction.
Section 240. Appointment of Receivers.
Section 250. Oath and Undertaking of Receiver.
Section 260. Claim For Delivery of Personal Property.
Section 270. Undertaking.
Section 280. Undertaking For Return of Property to Defendant.
Section 290. Property Concealed in Building or Enclosure, Demand and Entry to Effect Seizure.
Section 300. Custody of Property Seized.
Section 310. Third Party Claims.

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