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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 9. Code of Civil Procedure
- Chapter 65. Actions, Immunities, Defenses, and Duties
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. - 09.65.012l Officers Authorized to Administer Oath or Affirmation; Certification of Documents. [Repealed, Sec. 6 Ch 37 SLA 1981. For Present Provisions, See AS 09.63
Chapter 65. Actions, Immunities, Defenses, and Duties
- Section 10. - 09.65.012l Officers Authorized to Administer Oath or Affirmation; Certification of Documents. [Repealed, Sec. 6 Ch 37 SLA 1981. For Present Provisions, See AS 09.63].
- Section 20. - 09.65.040. [Renumbered as AS 09.68.020
- Section 50. [Renumbered as AS 09.15.040
- Section 60. [Renumbered as AS 09.68.060
- Section 70. Suits Against Incorporated Units of Local Government.
- Section 80. Suits By Incorporated Units of Local Government.
- Section 85. Civil Liability of Electric Utility.
- Section 87. Civil Liability For Use of An Automated External Defibrillator.
- Section 90. Civil Liability For Emergency Aid.
- Section 91. Civil Liability For Responding to Disaster.
- Section 92. Civil Liability For Voluntary Aircraft Safety Inspection.
- Section 93. Civil Liability Relating to Aircraft Runways, Airfields, and Landing Areas.
- Section 95. Liability For Administration of Blood Test.
- Section 96. Civil Liability of Hospitals For Certain Physicians.
- Section 97. Civil Liability For Emergency Veterinary Care.
- Section 100. [Renumbered as AS 25.20.025
- Section 110. - 09.65.120. [Renumbered as AS 09.68.110
- Section 112. Civil Liability For Aircraft and Watercraft Guest Passengers.
- Section 130. [Renumbered as AS 25.24.310
- Section 132. [Renumbered as AS 25.27.062
- Section 135. Limitations On Claims Arising From Skiing. [Repealed, Sec. 3 Ch 63 SLA 1994. For Current Law, See AS 05.45].
- Section 145. Liability For Injuries or Death Resulting From Livestock Activities.
- Section 150. Duty to Disabled Pedestrians.
- Section 155. Civil Liability of Firearms or Ammunition Manufacturer or Dealer.
- Section 160. Immunity For Good Faith Disclosures of Job Performance Information.
- Section 161. Immunity For Disclosure of Required Health Care Data.
- Section 170. Limited Liability of Certain Directors and Officers.
- Section 180. Civil Liability of Zoos.
- Section 200. Tort Immunity For Personal Injuries or Death Occurring On Unimproved Land.
- Section 205. Civil Liability For Controlled Substances Offense.
- Section 210. Damages Resulting From Commission of a Felony or While Under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs.
- Section 215. Immunity of Peace Officer For Use of Body Wire Eavesdropping Device.
- Section 220. Immunity For Certain Real Property Disclosures.
- Section 230. Innocent Misrepresentations By Agents in Real Property Transfers.
- Section 235. Immunity For Negotiated Regulation Making Committee and Its Members.
- Section 240. Liability of the State and Regional Educational Attendance Areas For Release of Hazardous Substances.
- Section 250. Immunity For Certain Actions Related to Child Support.
- Section 255. Liability for Acts of Minors.
- Section 260. Claims Against Persons Engaged in Business Arising Out of or in Connection With the Year 2000 Date Change. [Repealed, Sec. 3 Ch 79 SLA 1999].
- Section 270. Civil Immunity Related to the Sale or Transfer of a Firearm.
- Section 280. Civil Liability of State For Acts or Omissions of Village Public Safety Officers.
- Section 290. Civil Liability For Sports or Recreational Activities.
- Section 292. Parental Waiver of Child's Negligence Claim Against Provider of Sports or Recreational Activity.
- Section 295. Liability Involving a Peace Officer or Fire Fighter.
- Section 300. Immunity For Providing Free Health Care Services.
- Section 310. Damages Resulting From Driving the Vehicle of a Person Under the Influence of An Alcoholic Beverage. [Repealed, Sec. 3 Ch 69 SLA 2004].
- Section 320. Nonrecovery For Damages For Noneconomic Losses Resulting From Operating a Motor Vehicle While Uninsured.
- Section 330. Immunity: Use of Defensive Force.
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