Alaska Statutes.
Title 23. Labor and Workers' Compensation
Chapter 20. Alaska Employment Security Act
Section 248. Injunctive Relief.
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AS 23.20.248. Injunctive Relief.

(a) If an employer does not deposit and keep on deposit the security required by the department under AS 23.20.247 , the department, through the attorney general, may bring an action in superior court to enjoin the employer from operating any business as an employer within the state until

(1) the employer is current on all final assessments, including interest and penalties made under this chapter; and

(2) if requested, the employer deposits and keeps on deposit the security described in AS 23.20.247 to protect against future failures and to comply with this chapter.

(b) The department may not seek injunctive relief under (a) of this section until the department has given the employer at least 30 days to comply with an order relating to security under AS 23.20.247 .

(c) The department may not be required to post a bond for injunctive relief under this section.

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