Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 69. Organization and Corporate Procedures
Section 650. National Emergency Provisions.
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AS 21.69.650. National Emergency Provisions.

The legislature declares that it is desirable for the general welfare and in particular for the welfare of insurance beneficiaries, policyholders, injured claimants, and others that the business of domestic insurers be continued notwithstanding the event of a national emergency. The specific purpose of AS 21.69.650 - 21.69.690 is to facilitate the continued operation of domestic insurers in the event that a national emergency is caused by an attack on the United States or by a nuclear, atomic, or other disaster which makes it impossible or impracticable for an insurer to conduct its business in strict accord with applicable provisions of law, its bylaws, or its charter.

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