Alaska Statutes.
Title 22. Judiciary
Chapter 20. Judicial Officers, Employees, and Council; Attorneys
Section 60. Appearance of Attorney Without Authority.
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AS 22.20.060. Appearance of Attorney Without Authority.

If it is alleged by a party for whom an attorney appears that the attorney does so without authority, and the allegation is verified by the affidavit of the party, the court may, if it finds the allegation true, at any stage of the proceedings, relieve the party for whom the attorney has assumed to appear from the consequences of the attorney's act.

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