Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 53. Long-Term Care Insurance
Section 10. Prohibited Sale or Advertising.
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AS 21.53.010. Prohibited Sale or Advertising.

An insurer, hospital or medical service corporation, or a fraternal benefit society may not advertise, market, sell, deliver, or offer for delivery a long-term care insurance policy unless the policy complies with this chapter, AS 21.18, AS 21.45, the health insurance requirements imposed under AS 21.51, and, if a group policy, the group health insurance requirements imposed under AS 21.54, or unless it has been approved by and complies with the Interstate Insurance Product Regulation Compact under AS 21.42.700.

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