Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 84. Fraternal Benefit Societies
Section 201. Benefits.
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AS 21.84.201. Benefits.

(a) A society may provide the following contractual benefits in any form:

(1) death benefits;

(2) endowment benefits;

(3) annuity benefits;

(4) temporary or permanent health care benefits;

(5) hospital, medical, or nursing benefits;

(6) monument or tombstone benefits to the memory of deceased members; and

(7) other benefits authorized for life and health insurers that are not inconsistent with this chapter.

(b) A society shall specify in its rules those persons who may be issued, or covered by, the contractual benefits described in (a) of this section consistent with providing benefits to members and the members' dependents. A society may provide benefits on the lives of children under the minimum age for adult membership upon application of an adult person.

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