- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 36. Public Contracts
- Chapter 10. Employment Preference
- Section 125. Enforcement.
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AS 36.10.125. Enforcement.
- (a) The attorney general shall, when requested by the Department of Labor and Workforce Development, enforce the
provisions of this chapter. The attorney general may obtain a court order prohibiting a contractor or subcontractor
violating this chapter from continuing to work on existing public construction contracts of the state or a political
subdivision of the state. The state or political subdivision of the state may prosecute the work to completion by
contract or otherwise, and the contractor or subcontractor and the sureties of the contractor or subcontractor are
liable for excess costs for completing the work.
- (b) A private person is entitled to bring an action in the superior court to enforce the provisions of this chapter if
that private person first gives at least 20 days notice to the commissioner of labor and workforce development. The
notice must set out
- (1) the intent of the private person to bring an action under this subsection;
- (2) the specific violation complained of; and
- (3) the name of the person accused of the violation.
- (c) In an action brought under (b) of this section, the court may, in its discretion, order denial of state revenue
sharing or public school funding, forfeiture of office or position, or injunctive or other relief. If the court finds
for the plaintiff in an action brought under (b) of this section, it may award the plaintiff an amount equal to the
actual costs and attorney fees incurred by the plaintiff.
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