- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 34. Property
- Chapter 45. Unclaimed Property
- Section 175. Certain Property Distributed in Insurance Company Reorganizations.
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AS 34.45.175. Certain Property Distributed in Insurance Company Reorganizations.
- (a) The following property distributable in the course of a demutualization or related reorganization of an insurance
company is considered abandoned two years after the date of demutualization or reorganization as follows:
- (1) money that remains unclaimed and the owner has not otherwise communicated with the holder or its agent regarding the
property as evidenced by a memorandum or other record on file with the holder or its agent;
- (2) stock or other equity interest if
- (A) the instruments or statements reflecting the distribution are either mailed to the owner and returned by the post
office as undeliverable, or not mailed to the owner because of an address on the books and records of the holder that
is known to be incorrect; and
- (B) the owner has not otherwise communicated with the holder or its agent regarding the property as evidenced by a
memorandum or other record on file with the holder or agent.
- (b) Property that is not subject to (a) of this section is reportable as otherwise provided in AS 34.45.110
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