Alaska Statutes.
Title 18. Health, Safety, and Housing
Chapter 66. Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
Section 140. Filing and Enforcement of Protective Orders Issued in Other States.
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AS 18.66.140. Filing and Enforcement of Protective Orders Issued in Other States.

(a) A certified copy of an unexpired protective order issued in another jurisdiction may be filed with the clerk of court in any judicial district in this state.

(b) A protective order filed in accordance with (a) of this section has the same effect and must be enforced in the same manner as a protective order issued by a court of this state.

(c) When a protective order is filed with the court under this section, the court shall have the order delivered to the appropriate local law enforcement agency for entry into the central registry of protective orders under AS 18.65.540 .

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