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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 23. Labor and Workers' Compensation
- Chapter 20. Alaska Employment Security Act
- Section 215. Notice and Order to Withhold and Deliver.
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AS 23.20.215. Notice and Order to Withhold and Deliver.
- (a) The department may issue a notice and order to withhold and deliver property of any kind to a person or a political
subdivision or department of the state when (1) the department has reason to believe that the person, political
subdivision, or department possesses property which is due, owing, or the property of another person; and (2) notice
and order of assessment has been served, at least 30 days before the issuance of the notice and order to withhold and
- (b) A peace officer or an authorized representative of the department may serve the notice to withhold and deliver. The
person, political subdivision, or department upon whom service is made shall answer the notice within 10 days.
- (c) If the person, political subdivision, or department possesses property, credits, or money subject to the claim of the
department, it shall deliver the property to the department immediately upon demand. The department shall hold the
property in trust for application on the indebtedness involved or for return, without interest, in accordance with
final determination of liability or nonliability, or in the alternative, there shall be furnished a sufficient bond
satisfactory to the department conditioned upon final determination of liability.
- (d) If a person fails to answer the order to withhold and deliver within the time prescribed, the superior court in the
judicial district in which the order is served may enter a judgment by default against the person for the full amount
claimed by the department in the notice to withhold and deliver, together with costs.
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