Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 51. Health Insurance Policies
Section 150. Change of Beneficiary.
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AS 21.51.150. Change of Beneficiary.

There shall be a provision as follows:

"Change of Beneficiary: Unless the insured makes an irrevocable designation of beneficiary, the right to change a beneficiary is reserved to the insured and the consent of the beneficiary or beneficiaries shall not be requisite to surrender or assignment of this policy or to a change of beneficiary or beneficiaries, or to any other changes in this policy." (The first clause of this provision, relating to the irrevocable designation of beneficiary, may be omitted at the insurer's option.)

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