Alaska Statutes.
Title 25. Marital and Domestic Relations
Chapter 27. Child Support Services Agency
Section 279. Voiding of Fraudulent Transfers Made to Avoid Payment of Child Support.
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AS 25.27.279. Voiding of Fraudulent Transfers Made to Avoid Payment of Child Support.

In addition to the rights provided in AS 09.25.060 , if a transfer of personal or real property is made by an obligor without immediate delivery and the actual continuing change of possession of the property transferred, the transfer of the property is presumed prima facie to be fraud against creditors for child support of the obligor who transferred the property and subsequent purchasers in good faith and for valuable consideration during the time the property remains in the possession of the obligor who made the transfer, except that retention of possession in good faith and current course of trade by a merchant seller for a commercially reasonable time after the sale or identification is not fraudulent. Nothing contained in this section supersedes the provisions of AS 45.01 - AS 45.08, AS 45.12, AS 45.14, and AS 45.29 (Uniform Commercial Code).

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