Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 75. Reciprocal and Cooperative Insurers
Section 330. Coverage.
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AS 21.75.330. Coverage.

(a) A cooperative insurer organized under AS 21.75.300 is authorized to transact only property insurance, limited to physical damage of

(1) licensed private passenger motor vehicles;

(2) single-family residences, and related structures;

(3) multiple dwellings of not more than four-family units if at least one unit is owner-occupied, and related structures;

(4) mobile homes;

(5) commercial structures of not more than $100,000 value.

(b) Cooperative insurance coverage is limited to risks located or principally garaged within a geographic radius determined by the director to be within the ability of the insureds to control and have an influence over the level of loss.

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