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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 28. Motor Vehicles
- Chapter 20. Motor Vehicle Safety Responsibility Act
- Section 330. Suspension to Continue Until Judgments Paid and Proof Given.
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AS 28.20.330. Suspension to Continue Until Judgments Paid and Proof Given.
- (a) If there is an unsatisfied judgment against a person requiring suspension under AS 28.20.270
, the person's license or nonresident's operating privilege shall remain suspended and shall not be renewed, nor shall
a license or registration be issued in the name of the person, including a person not previously licensed, until the
judgment is stayed or satisfied and until the person gives proof of financial responsibility subject to the exceptions
in AS 28.20.310
, 28.20.320, and 28.20.370.
- (b) The proof required by (a) of this section shall be maintained during the period the person has a license or
nonresident's operating privilege.
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