Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 51. Health Insurance Policies
Section 310. Conforming to Statute.
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AS 21.51.310. Conforming to Statute.

(a) A policy provision that is not subject to this chapter may not make a policy, or any portion of a policy, less favorable to the insured or the beneficiary than the provisions of the policy that are subject to this chapter.

(b) A policy delivered or issued for delivery to a person in this state in violation of this chapter shall be held valid but shall be construed as provided in this chapter. When a provision in a policy subject to this chapter is in conflict with a provision of this chapter, the rights, duties, and obligations of the insurer, the insured and the beneficiary shall be governed by the provisions of this chapter.

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