Alaska Statutes.
Title 34. Property
Chapter 40. Fraudulent Transfers, Revocations, and Trusts
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AS 34.40.080. Invalidity Against Heirs, Successors, Representatives, or Assigns.

A conveyance, charge, instrument, or proceeding declared by law to be void as against the creditors, purchasers, or mortgagees is equally void as against the heirs, successors, personal representatives, or assigns of the creditors, purchasers, or mortgagees.

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