Alaska Statutes.
Title 9. Code of Civil Procedure
Chapter 50. Actions Where State a Party
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Chapter 50. Actions Where State a Party

Section 10. Acts or Omissions Constituting Contempt.
Section 20. Penalties; Damages; License Revocation.
Section 30. Jury Trial.
Section 40. Indemnification of Party Aggrieved.
Section 50. Imprisonment to Compel Performance of An Act.
Section 60. Prosecution On Nonappearance.
Section 70. , 09.50.080l Property Subject to Escheat; Enforcement of Rights By State. [Repealed, Sec. 14 Ch 133 SLA 1986].
Section 90. Transmittal of Personal Property to State. [Repealed, Sec. 5 Ch 78 SLA 1972].
Section 100. - 09.50.160. Escheat Actions, Claims, and Reports. [Repealed, Sec. 14 Ch 133 SLA 1986].
Section 170. Abatement of Places Used For Certain Acts.
Section 175. Admissibility of Evidence to Prove Nuisance.
Section 180. Injunction.
Section 190. Dismissal.
Section 200. Contempt Proceeding.
Section 210. Order of Abatement.
Section 220. Proceeds of Sale.
Section 230. Release of Premises to Owner.
Section 240. Fine For Contempt as Lien On Premises.
Section 250. Actionable Claims Against the State.
Section 253. Actionable Claims Against State Employees.
Section 260. Undertaking. [Repealed, Sec. 2 Ch 19 SLA 1975].
Section 270. Payment of Judgment Against the State.
Section 280. Judgment For Plaintiff; Punitive Damages.
Section 290. Trial By Court. [Repealed, Sec. 1 Ch 147 SLA 1975].
Section 300. Compromise By Attorney General.
Section 310. Action For Usurpation of Office or Franchise.
Section 320. Action On Information or Application of Private Party.
Section 330. Determination of Rights of Defendant and Claimant.
Section 340. Judgment For Claimant.
Section 350. Recovery of Damages By Claimant; Civil Arrest.
Section 360. Multiple Claimants.
Section 370. Judgment Against Defendant.
Section 380. Enforcement of Judgment For Costs.
Section 390. Nature of State Interest.

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