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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 28. Motor Vehicles
- Chapter 10. Vehicle Registration, Liens, and Title
- Section 251. Lost, Stolen, or Mutilated Certificate of Title.
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AS 28.10.251. Lost, Stolen, or Mutilated Certificate of Title.
- (a) If a certificate of title is lost, stolen, mutilated, destroyed, or becomes illegible, the first lienholder or, if
none, the owner or legal representative of the owner named in the title as shown by the records of the department shall
apply for and obtain a duplicate title upon furnishing information satisfactory to the department and payment of the
prescribed fee. The duplicate title must indicate that it is a duplicate title, and it shall be mailed or delivered to
the first lienholder named in it or, if none, to the registered owner.
- (b) A person who recovers an original title for which a duplicate has been issued shall immediately surrender the
duplicate to the department.
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