Alaska Statutes.
Title 34. Property
Chapter 7. Horizontal Property Regimes Act
Section 240. Common Expense Lien Foreclosure.
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AS 34.07.240. Common Expense Lien Foreclosure.

(a) A common expense lien under AS 34.07.230 may be foreclosed in a civil action brought by the manager or board of directors, acting on behalf of the apartment owners, in the same manner as a lien on, or mortgage of or a deed or trust of real property.

(b) In the event of foreclosure, the apartment owner shall be required to pay a reasonable rental for the apartment, if provided for in the bylaws, and the plaintiff in the foreclosure may appoint a receiver to collect it.

(c) The manager or board of directors, acting on behalf of the apartment owners may, unless prohibited by the declaration, bid in the apartment at the foreclosure sale, and may acquire and hold, lease, mortgage, and convey the apartment.

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