Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 72. Benevolent Associations
Section 110. Assessment For Death Benefit.
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AS 21.72.110. Assessment For Death Benefit.

(a) Within 30 days after a benevolent association receives a completed proof of claim for death of a member, it must mail to each of its members in good standing an assessment notice stating

(1) the name, date, and place of death of the deceased member;

(2) the number of the proof of death claim assigned by the association;

(3) the amount of the assessment and the expiration date of the assessment payment;

(4) the number of members in good standing to whom notices are being sent, as computed from the last completed assessment.

(b) At the time of mailing the assessment notice required by (a) of this section, the association shall send a duplicate copy to the director for filing, together with information as to the mailing of the notice to members.

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