Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 45. Life Insurance and Annuities
Section 110. Reinstatement.
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AS 21.45.110. Reinstatement.

Except as provided in AS 21.45.230 , there shall be a provision that unless (1) the policy has been surrendered for its cash surrender value, (2) its cash surrender value has been exhausted, or (3) the paid-up term insurance, if any, has expired, the policy will be reinstated at any time within three years, or two years in the case of industrial life insurance policies, from the date of premium default upon written application, the production of evidence of insurability satisfactory to the insurer, the payment of all premiums in arrears with interest at a rate not exceeding six percent a year compounded annually, and the payment or reinstatement of interest due to the insurer on a loan on the policy with interest as provided in AS 21.45.080(c).

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