Alaska Statutes.
Title 34. Property
Chapter 15. Conveyances
Section 230. Subpoena of Witness.
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AS 34.15.230. Subpoena of Witness.

An officer authorized to take an acknowledgment or proof of conveyance may issue a subpoena requiring a witness to a conveyance to appear and testify before the officer regarding the execution, upon the application of a grantee, or of a person claiming under the grantee, verified by the oath of the applicant, setting out that

(1) the grantor is dead, out of the state, or refuses to acknowledge the conveyance;

(2) a witness to the conveyance refuses to appear and testify regarding the execution of the conveyance; and

(3) the conveyance cannot be proved without the evidence of the witness.

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