Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 66. Title Insurance Companies
Section 310. Rebates Prohibited.
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AS 21.66.310. Rebates Prohibited.

(a) A title insurer, or officer, employee, attorney, or title insurance limited producer of a title insurer, may not pay, allow, or give or offer to pay, allow, or give, directly or indirectly, as an inducement to obtaining a title insurance business, a rebate, reduction, or abatement of a rate or charge made incident to the issuance of the title insurance, a special favor or advantage, money consideration, or other inducement. A charge made incident to the issuance of the insurance is construed to include, without limitation, escrow, settlement, and closing charges.

(b) An insured named in a title insurance policy or any other person directly or indirectly connected with the transaction involving the issuance of a title insurance policy, including, but not limited to a mortgage lender, real estate broker, builder, or attorney, or an officer, employee, agent, representative, or solicitor of a mortgage lender, real estate broker, builder, attorney, or other person, may not knowingly receive or accept, directly or indirectly, a rebate, reduction, or abatement of a charge or premium or a special favor or advantage, or a monetary consideration or inducement.

(c) Nothing in this section prohibits

(1) the payment of fees for services actually rendered as a result of a title insurance transaction; or

(2) the payment of a commission to a legally appointed title insurance limited producer who issues the policy of title insurance.

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