Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 66. Title Insurance Companies
Section 180. General Powers.
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AS 21.66.180. General Powers.

A title insurance company may

(1) do business as defined in AS 21.66.480 ;

(2) do any act, directly or through a title insurance limited producer, incidental to making a contract or policy of title insurance, including, but not limited to, conducting or holding an escrow, settlement, or closing of a transaction; and,

(3) provide other services relative or incidental to the sale and transfer of real or personal property.

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