Alaska Statutes.
Title 34. Property
Chapter 77. Community Property Act
Section 140. Interspousal Remedies.
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AS 34.77.140. Interspousal Remedies.

(a) A spouse has a claim against the other spouse for breach of the good faith requirement under AS 34.77.010 resulting in damage to the claimant spouse's present undivided one-half interest in community property.

(b) If the spouses have signed a community property agreement or a community property trust, a court may order an accounting of the property and obligations of the spouses and may determine rights of ownership in, beneficial enjoyment of, or access to marital property and the classification of all property of the spouses.

(c) A court may order that the name of a spouse be added to community property held in the name of the other spouse alone, except

(1) a partnership interest held by the other spouse as a general partner;

(2) an interest in a professional corporation, professional association, or similar entity held by the other spouse as a stockholder or member;

(3) an asset of an unincorporated business if the other spouse is the only spouse involved in operating or managing the business; or

(4) other property if the addition would adversely affect the rights of a third person.

(d) Except as provided otherwise in AS 34.77.050 (d), a spouse must begin an action against the other spouse under (a) of this section within three years after acquiring actual knowledge of the facts giving rise to the claim.

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