Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 75. Reciprocal and Cooperative Insurers
Section 160. Who May Be Subscribers.
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AS 21.75.160. Who May Be Subscribers.

Individuals, partnerships, and corporations of this state may make application, enter into agreement for, and hold policies or contracts in or with and be a subscriber of a domestic, foreign, or alien reciprocal insurer. A corporation now or hereafter organized under the laws of this state shall, in addition to the rights, powers, and franchises specified in its articles of incorporation, have full power and authority as a subscriber to exchange insurance contracts through the reciprocal insurer. The right to exchange the contracts is incidental to the purposes for which the corporations are organized and to be as fully granted as the rights and powers expressly conferred upon the corporations. Government or governmental agencies, state or political subdivisions, boards, associations, estates, trustees, or fiduciaries are authorized to exchange nonassessable reciprocal interinsurance contracts with each other and with individuals, partnerships, and corporations to the same extent that individuals, partnerships, and corporations are authorized to exchange reciprocal interinsurance contracts. An officer, representative, trustee, receiver, or legal representative of a subscriber shall be recognized as acting for or on its behalf for the purpose of the contract but shall be personally liable upon the contract by reason of acting in the representative capacity.

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