Alaska Statutes.
Title 23. Labor and Workers' Compensation
Chapter 5. Department of Labor and Workforce Development
Section 240. Officers to Execute Process Without Security.
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AS 23.05.240. Officers to Execute Process Without Security.

(a) An officer, requested by the department to serve a summons, writ, complaint, order, garnishment paper, or other process within the officer's jurisdiction, shall do it without requiring the department to furnish security or bond.

(b) When the department requests an officer to seize or levy on property in an attachment proceeding to satisfy a wage claim judgment, the officer shall do so without requiring the department to furnish security or bond.

(c) The officer, in carrying out the provisions of this section, is not responsible in damages for a wrongful seizure made in good faith.

(d) If anyone other than the defendant claims the right of possession or ownership to the seized property, the officer may permit the third party claimant to have the custody of property, pending determination of the court as to who has the better right to possession or ownership.

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