Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 76. Joint Insurance Arrangements
Section 10. Authority to Establish Joint Insurance Arrangements.
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AS 21.76.010. Authority to Establish Joint Insurance Arrangements.

(a) Municipalities and their public corporations, city and borough school districts, and regional educational attendance areas may enter into cooperative agreements with each other for the purpose of establishing, operating, or participating in joint insurance arrangements through which the participating members agree to pool contributions in order to either assume risks from losses to the participants on a group basis or purchase coverage for the participants on a group basis.

(b) A joint insurance arrangement may be for any kind of insurance defined by this title except for health insurance, life insurance, and title insurance.

(c) A joint insurance arrangement shall be considered an alternative or supplement to any other policy or contract of insurance authorized or required by law, including insurance under AS 21.75.

(d) For purposes of AS 23.30.075 , a joint insurance arrangement is considered to be an association duly authorized to transact workers' compensation insurance in the state.

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