Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 45. Life Insurance and Annuities
Section 270. Incontestability, Limitation of Liability After Reinstatement.
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AS 21.45.270. Incontestability, Limitation of Liability After Reinstatement.

(a) A reinstated policy of life insurance or annuity contract may be contested on account of fraud or misrepresentation of facts material to the reinstatement only for the same period following reinstatement and with the same conditions and exceptions as the policy provides with respect to contestability after original issuance.

(b) When a life insurance policy or annuity contract is reinstated, the reinstated policy or contract may exclude or restrict liability to the same extent that the liability might have been or was excluded or restricted when the policy or contract was originally issued, and the exclusion or restriction shall be effective from the date of reinstatement.

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