Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 69. Organization and Corporate Procedures
Section 460. Nonassessable Policies, Mutual Insurers.
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AS 21.69.460. Nonassessable Policies, Mutual Insurers.

(a) When possessing surplus funds in an amount not less than the paid-in capital stock required of a domestic stock insurer transacting like kinds of insurance, a domestic mutual insurer may, upon receipt of the director's order so authorizing, extinguish the contingent liability of its members as to all its policies in force and may omit provisions imposing contingent liability in all its policies currently issued.

(b) A foreign or alien mutual insurer may issue nonassessable policies to its members in this state under its article of incorporation and the laws of its domicile.

(c) A policy of a domestic mutual insurer that, under the director's order, is without contingent liability and thereby nonassessable by its terms may not be subject to assessment for a debt or liability of the insurer.

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