Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 42. The Insurance Contract
Section 150. Policy Must Contain Entire Contract.
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AS 21.42.150. Policy Must Contain Entire Contract.

The policy, when issued, shall contain the entire contract between the parties, and neither the insurer nor its agent or representative, nor a person insured by the policy, may make an agreement as to the insurance that is not expressed in the policy. This section does not prohibit the modification of a policy, after issuance, by written rider or endorsement issued by the insurer.

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