Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 6. The Director of Insurance
Section 165. Immunity For Director and Others.
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AS 21.06.165. Immunity For Director and Others.

(a) The director, employees or agents of the division, and the National Association of Insurance Commissioners and its employees, are not liable for civil damages for an act or omission in the execution of their authorized activities or duties under this title, or for the publication or dissemination of a report or bulletin related to their authorized activities or duties.

(b) A person may not bring a civil action if the civil action arises out of the act of communicating or delivering information to the director, a representative of the director, or an examiner who is performing an examination under this title.

(c) This section does not abrogate or modify the common law or other statutory privilege or immunity.

(d) This section does not preclude liability for civil damages as a result of reckless, wilful, or intentional misconduct.

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