Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 51. Health Insurance Policies
Section 320. Age Limit.
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AS 21.51.320. Age Limit.

If the policy contains a provision establishing, as an age limit or otherwise, a date after which the coverage provided by the policy will not be effective, and if the date falls within a period for which premium is accepted by the insurer or if the insurer accepts a premium after that date, the coverage provided by the policy will continue in force until the end of the period for which premium has been accepted. If the age of the insured has been misstated and if, according to the correct age of the insured, the coverage provided by the policy would not have become effective, or would have ceased before the acceptance of the premium or premiums, the liability of the insurer shall be limited to the refund, upon request, of all premiums paid for the period not covered by the policy.

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