- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 34. Property
- Chapter 45. Unclaimed Property
- Section 320. Payment or Delivery of Abandoned Property.
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AS 34.45.320. Payment or Delivery of Abandoned Property.
- (a) Except as otherwise provided in (b) of this section, a person who is required to file a report under AS 34.45.280
, shall, at the time of filing the report under that section, pay or deliver to the administrator all of the property
shown on the report and remaining unclaimed by the apparent owner. Upon written request showing good cause, the
administrator may postpone the payment or delivery upon the terms or conditions the administrator considers necessary
and appropriate. The property paid or delivered to the administrator must include all interest, dividends, increments,
and accretions due, payable, or distributable on the property at the time of filing the report. If payment or delivery
is postponed, the property paid or delivered to the administrator must include all interest, dividends, increments, and
accretions due, payable, or distributable on the day that the property is paid or delivered to the administrator.
- (b) If the owner establishes the right to receive the abandoned property to the satisfaction of the holder before the
property has been delivered or if it appears that the presumption of abandonment is erroneous, the holder need not pay
or deliver the property to the department, and the property is no longer presumed abandoned. The holder shall file with
the department a written explanation, made under penalty of unsworn falsification, of the proof of claim or of the
error in the presumption of abandonment.
- (c) [Repealed, Sec. 12 ch 145 SLA 1996].
- (d) The holder of an equity interest under AS 34.45.200
shall deliver a duplicate certificate, or other evidence of ownership if the holder does not issue certificates of
ownership, to the department. Upon delivery of a duplicate certificate to the department, the holder and a transfer
agent, registrar, or other person acting for or on behalf of a holder in executing or delivering the duplicate
certificate is relieved of all liability, in accordance with the provisions of AS 34.45.330
to every person, including a person acquiring the original certificate or the duplicate of the certificate issued to
the department, for loss or damage resulting to a person by the issuance and delivery to the department of the
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