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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 21. Insurance
- Chapter 78. Rehabilitation and Liquidation
- Section 280. Special Claims.
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. Special Provisions For Third-Party Claims.
AS 21.78.280. Special Claims.
- (a) A contingent and unliquidated claim may not share in a distribution of the assets of an insurer that has been
adjudicated to be insolvent by an order made under this chapter, except that the claim shall be considered, if properly
presented, and may be allowed to share if
- (1) the claim becomes absolute against the insurer on or before the last day for filing claims against the assets of the
- (2) there is a surplus and the liquidation is, after that, conducted upon the basis that the insurer is solvent.
- (b) The claim of a third party that is contingent only on the third party claimant first obtaining a judgment against the
insured shall be considered and allowed as if there were not a contingency.
- (c) A claim may be allowed even if contingent, if it is filed under AS 21.78.292. It may be allowed and may participate in all
distributions declared after it is filed to the extent that it does not prejudice the orderly administration of the
- (d) A claim that is due except for the passage of time shall be treated as an absolute claim is treated, except that the
claim may be discounted at the legal rate of interest.
- (e) A claim made under an employment contract by a director, principal officer, or person in fact performing similar
functions or having similar powers, is limited to payment for services rendered before the issuance of an order of
rehabilitation or liquidation under this chapter.
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