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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 25. Marital and Domestic Relations
- Chapter 15. Husband and Wife
- Section 60. Control and Liability of Separate Property of Spouse.
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. Property Acquired During Coverture By Her Own Labor. [Repealed, Sec. 95 Ch 127 SLA 1974].
AS 25.15.060. Control and Liability of Separate Property of Spouse.
Subject to AS 34.77, the property and pecuniary rights of a
married person at the time of marriage or afterwards that are acquired by gift, devise, or inheritance are not subject
to the debts or contracts of the other spouse, and a spouse may manage, sell, convey, or devise the property and
pecuniary rights that by will are separate property of that spouse.
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