Alaska Statutes.
Title 34. Property
Chapter 7. Horizontal Property Regimes Act
Section 400. Insurance of Property.
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AS 34.07.400. Insurance of Property.

(a) A manager or board of directors, if required by the declaration, bylaws, or by a majority of the apartment owners, or if requested by a mortgagee or trustee having a mortgage or a deed of trust of record covering an apartment, shall obtain insurance for the property against loss or damage by fire and other hazards under the terms and amounts required or requested.

(b) The insurance coverage shall be written on the property in the name of the manager or of the board of directors of the association of apartment owners, as trustee for each of the apartment owners in the percentages established by the declaration.

(c) Premiums for insurance coverage secured under (a) of this section are a common expense.

(d) Provision for insurance under this section does not prejudice the right of an apartment owner to insure the owner's apartment or the personal contents in it.

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