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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 25. Marital and Domestic Relations
- Chapter 23. Adoption
- Section 160. Recognition of Foreign Decree Affecting Adoption.
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AS 25.23.160. Recognition of Foreign Decree Affecting Adoption.
A decree of court terminating the relationship of parent and child or establishing the relationship by adoption issued
under due process of law by a court of any other jurisdiction within or outside of the United States shall be
recognized in this state and the rights and obligations of the parties as to matters within the jurisdiction of this
state shall be determined as though the decree were issued by a court of this state.
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