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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 25. Marital and Domestic Relations
- Chapter 27. Child Support Services Agency
- Section 260. Civil Liability Upon Failure to Comply With An Order or Lien.
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AS 25.27.260. Civil Liability Upon Failure to Comply With An Order or Lien.
- (a) If a person, political subdivision, or department of the state (1) fails to make an answer to an order to withhold and
deliver within the time prescribed in AS 25.27.250
; (2) fails or refuses to deliver property in accordance with an order issued under AS 25.27.250
; (3) pays over, releases, sells, transfers, or conveys real property subject to a lien recorded under AS 25.27.230
to or for the benefit of the obligor or any other person; (4) fails or refuses to surrender upon demand property
attached; or (5) intentionally fails or refuses to honor an assignment of wages or an income withholding order under AS
25.27.062 that was served by the agency through
personal service by a process server or through certified mail, return receipt requested, the person, political
subdivision, or department of the state is liable to the agency in an amount equal to 100 percent of the amount
constituting the basis of the lien, order to withhold and deliver, attachment, or withholding of wages or income,
together with costs, interest, and reasonable attorney fees.
- (b) A person, political subdivision, or department of the state that intentionally fails or refuses to honor a properly
served income withholding order under AS 25.27.062
that is not being enforced by the agency is liable to the obligee in an amount equal to 100 percent of the amount
ordered to be withheld together with costs, interest, and reasonable attorney fees.
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