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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 23. Labor and Workers' Compensation
- Chapter 20. Alaska Employment Security Act
- Section 205. Notice of Assessment, Distraint, Seizure, and Sale.
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AS 23.20.205. Notice of Assessment, Distraint, Seizure, and Sale.
- (a) If the department finds that a contribution including interest or penalty on the contribution is delinquent, the
department may issue a notice of assessment specifying the amount due and may serve it on the delinquent employer. The
notice must inform the employer of the department's rights under (c) of this section. A peace officer or an authorized
representative of the department may serve the notice personally or the department may mail the notice by certified or
registered mail with return receipt requested.
- (b) If the notice is served by mail the notice must be deposited in the post office, addressed to the delinquent employer
at the employer's last address of record and the postage paid. The date of service is considered to be the day of
delivery shown on the delivery receipt. However, if it appears the addressee is deliberately avoiding service, then the
date of service is the day of mailing.
- (c) Unless an appeal is filed under AS 23.20.220
, if the amount assessed is not paid within 30 days after personal service or mailing of the notice as required by (a)
of this section, the department may collect the amount stated in the assessment by the distraint, seizure, and sale of
the property, goods, chattels, and effects of the delinquent employer. Goods and property exempt from execution under
the laws of this state are exempt from distraint and sale under this section.
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