- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 43. Revenue and Taxation
- Chapter 10. Enforcement and Collection of Taxes
- Section 10. Attorney General to Prosecute Violation of Revenue Laws.
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AS 43.10.010. Attorney General to Prosecute Violation of Revenue Laws.
- (a) The attorney general shall prosecute every civil and criminal action growing out of state revenue laws. The costs of
the action shall be paid out of the proper appropriation for the Department of Law.
- (b) The attorney general with the approval of the commissioner may retain the services of attorneys to assist in the
collection of revenue where it is necessary to prosecute an action for the collection of the revenue or make efforts to
collect revenue outside the state. The commissioner may compensate the attorneys on a direct fee or contingent fee
basis at a rate that the commissioner considers fair and reasonable. If the compensation is for a direct fee the
commissioner shall pay for the services from the proper appropriation for the Department of Revenue.
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