Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 69. Organization and Corporate Procedures
Section 400. Vouchers For Expenditures.
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AS 21.69.400. Vouchers For Expenditures.

(a) An insurer may not make a disbursement of $100 or more, unless evidenced by a voucher correctly describing the consideration for the payment and supported by a check or receipt endorsed or signed by or on behalf of the person receiving the money.

(b) If the disbursement is for services and reimbursement, the voucher must describe the services and expenditures.

(c) If the disbursement is in connection with a matter pending before a legislature or public body or before a public official, the voucher must also correctly describe the nature of the matter and of the insurer's interest in it.

(d) If a voucher cannot be obtained, the expenditure referred to in (a) of this section must be evidenced by an affidavit in which is set out the character and object of the expenditure and the reasons for not obtaining the voucher.

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