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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 13. Decedents' Estates, Guardianships, Transfers, and Trusts.
- Chapter 12. Intestacy, Wills, and Donative Transfers
- Section 606. Nonademption of Specific Devises; Unpaid Proceeds of Sale, Condemnation, or Insurance; Sale By Conservator or Agent.
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AS 13.12.606. Nonademption of Specific Devises; Unpaid Proceeds of Sale, Condemnation, or Insurance; Sale By Conservator or Agent.
- (a) A specific devisee has a right to the specifically devised property in the testator's estate at death and
- (1) any amount of a condemnation award for the taking of the property unpaid at death;
- (2) any proceeds unpaid at death on fire or casualty insurance on or other recovery for injury to the property; and
- (3) property owned by the testator at death and acquired as a result of foreclosure, or obtained in lieu of foreclosure,
of the security interest for the specifically devised obligation.
- (b) If specifically devised property is sold or mortgaged by a conservator or by an agent acting within the authority of a
durable power of attorney for an incapacitated principal, or if a condemnation award, insurance proceeds, or recovery
for injury to the property are paid to a conservator or to an agent acting within the authority of a durable power of
attorney for an incapacitated principal, the specific devisee has the right to a general pecuniary devise equal to the
net sale price, the amount of the unpaid loan, the condemnation award, the insurance proceeds, or the recovery.
- (c) The right of a specific devisee under (b) of this section is reduced by any right the devisee has under (a) of this
- (d) For the purposes of the references in (b) of this section to a conservator, (b) of this section does not apply if
after the sale, mortgage, condemnation, casualty, or recovery, it was adjudicated that the testator's incapacity ceased
and the testator survived the adjudication by one year.
- (e) For the purposes of the references in (b) of this section to an agent acting within the authority of a durable power
of attorney for an incapacitated principal,
- (1) "incapacitated principal" means a principal who is an incapacitated person;
- (2) adjudication of incapacity before death is not necessary; and
- (3) the acts of an agent within the authority of a durable power of attorney are presumed to be for an incapacitated
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