Alaska Statutes.
Title 28. Motor Vehicles
Chapter 20. Motor Vehicle Safety Responsibility Act
Section 320. Exceptions When Insurer Liable.
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AS 28.20.320. Exceptions When Insurer Liable.

A license or nonresident's operating privilege may not be suspended under this chapter if the department finds that an insurer is obligated to pay the judgment upon which suspension is based at least to the extent and for the amounts required in this chapter, but has not paid the judgment for any reason. A finding by the department that an insurer is obligated to pay a judgment is not binding upon the insurer and has no legal effect except for the purpose of administering this section. If in a judicial proceeding it is determined by a final judgment, decree, or order that an insurer is not obligated to pay a judgment, the department, notwithstanding any contrary finding made by it, shall immediately suspend the license or nonresident's operating privilege of a person against whom the judgment is given, as provided in AS 28.20.270 .

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