Alaska Statutes.
Title 22. Judiciary
Chapter 20. Judicial Officers, Employees, and Council; Attorneys
Section 120. General Authority and Duty of the Commissioner.
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AS 22.20.120. General Authority and Duty of the Commissioner.

The authority necessary for the lawful performance of the duties of execution of service of process, seizure and detention of property, the sale of property forfeited or levied upon, and arrest of persons, in connection with civil matters, is vested in the commissioner. Any court of the state issuing any process may direct the process for execution of service to the commissioner or the designee of the commissioner.

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