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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 28. Motor Vehicles
- Chapter 22. Mandatory Motor Vehicle Insurance
- Section 121. Excess of Additional Coverage.
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AS 28.22.121. Excess of Additional Coverage.
- (a) A policy that grants the coverage required for a motor vehicle liability policy may also grant lawful coverage in
excess of or in addition to the coverage specified for a policy and the excess or additional coverage is not subject to
the provisions of this chapter. With respect to a policy that grants excess or additional coverage, the term "motor
vehicle liability policy" applies only to that part of the coverage that is required by this chapter.
- (b) A policy is excluded from the application of this chapter if the automobile or motor vehicle liability coverage is
provided only on an excess or umbrella basis.
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