Alaska Statutes.
Title 34. Property
Chapter 20. Mortgages and Trust Deeds
Section 50. Penalty For Failure to Discharge Mortgage or Execute Certificate.
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AS 34.20.050. Penalty For Failure to Discharge Mortgage or Execute Certificate.

If a mortgagee, or personal representatives, successors in interest or assigns of the mortgagee, after full performance of the condition of the mortgage, whether before or after a breach, for 10 days after being so requested in writing, and after tender of the reasonable charges, neglects or refuses to discharge the mortgage, or to execute and acknowledge a certificate of discharge or release of the mortgage, the mortgagee is liable to the mortgagor, the heirs, successors in interest, representatives or assigns of the mortgagor, in the sum of $300 damages, and also for all damages occasioned by the neglect or refusal.

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