Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 27. Producers, Agents, Administrators, Brokers, Adjusters, and Managers
Section 190. Bond.
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AS 21.27.190. Bond.

(a) In addition to any other requirements in this title, a bond required under this title or an alternative indemnity permitted under this section shall meet the following requirements:

(1) it shall be continuous in form;

(2) it shall remain in force until the licensee is released from liability by the director or until cancelled by the issuer;

(3) without prejudice to any liability accrued before the effective cancellation, it may be cancelled if the director receives 60 days advance written notice;

(4) the amount required to be maintained must be maintained unimpaired; and

(5) it shall be in favor of insurers, insureds, and this state.

(b) A bond may only be issued by an admitted insurer authorized to transact surety insurance in this state, or by a surplus lines insurer on the most recent list of eligible surplus lines insurers published by the director, that is acceptable to the director.

(c) For a firm licensee, a single bond or an alternative indemnity permitted under this section may combine the sureties required

(1) by separate sections of this title; and

(2) for separate places of business.

(d) [Repealed, Sec. 83 ch 81 SLA 2001].

(e) Except as provided in this title, the director may adopt, by regulation, a deposit of cash, a certificate of deposit, or letter of credit as an alternative to a bond if the deposit of cash, certificate of deposit, or letter of credit meets the requirements of this section, other provisions of this title, and other requirements established by the director.

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