Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 39. Rates and Rating Organizations
Section 140. False or Misleading Information.
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AS 21.39.140. False or Misleading Information.

A person or organization may not wilfully withhold information from, or knowingly give false or misleading information to, the director, a statistical agency designated by the director, a rating organization, or an insurer, that will affect the rates or premiums chargeable under this chapter. A violation of this section shall subject the one guilty of the violation to the penalties provided in AS 21.39.160 .

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