- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 36. Public Contracts
- Chapter 5. Wages and Hours of Labor
- Section 90. Payment of Wages From Withheld Payments and Listing Contractors Who Violate Contracts.
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AS 36.05.090. Payment of Wages From Withheld Payments and Listing Contractors Who Violate Contracts.
- (a) The state disbursing officer in the case of a state contract and the local fiscal officer in the case of a political
subdivision contract shall pay directly to laborers, mechanics, or field surveyors from accrued payments withheld under
the terms of the contract the wages due laborers, mechanics, or field surveyors under AS 36.05.070
- (b) The state disbursing officer or the local fiscal officer shall distribute to all departments of the state government
and to all political subdivisions of the state a list giving the names of persons who have disregarded their
obligations to employees. A person appearing on this list and a firm, corporation, partnership, or association in
which the person has an interest may not work as a contractor or subcontractor on a public construction contract for
the state or a political subdivision of the state until three years after the date of publication of the list. If the
accrued payments withheld under the contract are insufficient to reimburse all the laborers, mechanics, or field
surveyors with respect to whom there has been a failure to pay the wages required under AS 36.05.070
, the laborers, mechanics, or field surveyors have the right of action or intervention or both against the contractor
and the contractor's sureties conferred by law upon persons furnishing labor or materials, and in the proceedings it is
not a defense that the laborers, mechanics, or field surveyors accepted or agreed to accept less than the required rate
of wages or voluntarily made refunds.
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